Amazon’s Top-Selling Skincare Product Doubles As Hair Mask

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Who doesn’t love a multifunctional beauty product? We know we do! Great for saving a few coins and a few trips to the store, versatile products come right in handy. That’s why we’re currently swooning over the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay ($9.99,!

The product that has been loved by many beauty mavens as a face mask can also be used to create a deeply moisturizing hair mask! Natural hair and DIY lovers, this one is for you! Made of just one ingredient, 100 percent natural calcium bentonite clay, this offering works wonders with defining your curls, hydrating your hair, softening the hair and removing dirt and buildup from your hair seamlessly.

You may be wondering how you could create a hair mask with bentonite clay and the answer is pretty simple- with products from your kitchen! Simply place equal parts Aztec Secret Indian Clay and Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar ($11.49, into a bowl. (You can use any apple cider vinegar but when it comes to your hair all-natural is best.) You can also substitute apple cider vinegar for water. Combine the mixture until you achieve a smooth consistency. Add more clay or liquid if needed.

Next, you need to split your hair into four sections. Apply the mixture to each section and allow the mask to work its magic for up to 20 minutes. Rinse out and follow up with your normal styling routine.

Whether you’re working with curls, coils or kinky hair, this mask will define your natural texture beautifully! Best of all, you can show your face some love at the same time with a skin mask. Great for detoxifying the skin and removing dirt and toxins, this product will help to give your skin a nice, clean feel without having to spend a good coin!

With many natural hair bloggers including Hazel Goddess that can’t stop praising this Indian Clay, it may be worth adding to your hair routine.

Check out Hazel’s youtube tutorial below to see how the mask transformed her mane.

Have you used bentonite clay? What do you think? Sound off in the comment section.


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