OLGA White Clay Cleansing Booster & Mask

OLGA White Clay Cleansing Booster & Mask

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Meet OLGA,
She is gentle, profound, and a big hearty hug for your skin!
She is the perfect pre/post make up mask as she offers a deep cleanse without causing any irritation. She is the perfect mask for those with sensitive skin that want an invigorating experience.

-Kaolin Clay
-Organic Roses
-Organic Chrysanthemum
-Arnica Extract

Ideal for: All Skin Types


 Sensitive skin
Dehydrated skin
Itchy, red skin
Dull / tired skin

The Olga mask is for skin that is sensitive and prone to inflammation. White Kaolin Clay is very gentle on the surface. It will absorb impurities without removing our skin's natural oils. It also helps to exfoliate the skin, revealing a youthful glow gently. Kaolin clay also helps to produce a microcirculation of blood flow. Our Piel Peel Rose extract is rich in antioxidants, which will help improve skin damage. Rose extract is also beneficial in soothing the skin and reducing skin irritation. Lastly, our herb and flower extract help to brighten the skin, with high concentrations of Vitamin C, niacin, and flavonoids.

How to use for cleansing booster application:

Add half a tablespoon of powder to any of your favorite cleansers then begin normal cleansing routine.

How to apply mask:

Mix 2 small tablespoons of mask with 1 ½  tablespoons of warm water or organic apple cider vinegar (makes the mask a bit more intense!) While mixing it is best to use a glass bowl. Stir the mixture until is a smooth paste. Add more clay or liquid as needed. Apply a thick layer of mask to the face and neck until dry. Drying times vary. For sensitive skin leave it on 5 to 7 min. If your skin can tolerate it, please leave it on 15 to 20 min or until fully dry.

Use once to twice a week.


*PIEL PEEL inside tip: Apply 30 min before your make up application, your skin will GLOW through the make up!


Pelotherapy: the therapeutic application of healing clay.

Cruelty Free
(no roses were harmed in the making)