This DIY blue Nila face mask is a Moroccan beauty secret. Blue nila has been used by Sahrawi women for generations to soften their skin and make it brighter.
This anti-stain and whitening ritual is easy to perform and requires very few ingredients.
Benefits of this recipe
- Easy and quick to make
- Economical: inexpensive ingredients: you only use what you need
- The ingredients keep for a long time
- Ecological (biodegradable and low carbon footprint
- Effective on brown spots and pregnancy mask.
- Evens out the complexion
- Restores radiance to dull skin
- Fade acne scars
- 2 teaspoon of Blue Nila powder
- 1 and 1/2 teaspoon of green clay
- 2 teaspoons of argan oil, jojoba, avocado depending on your skin's needs...
Avoid coconut oil if you have acne-prone skin, as coconut oil is comedogenic. The oil will prevent the mask from drying quickly; thus the application can last longer and the active ingredients will have time to act on the epidermis
In a non-metallic bowl, put the 2 clay and nila powders. Then add 1 teaspoon of oil and mix well. Then Add the rest of the oil little by little; until you obtain a smooth and homogeneous dough.
Apply to the face preferably with a brush. Leave to sour for 15 to 20 minutes.
Rinse thoroughly then apply a moisturizing cream or oil.