The clay spa tradition is long-established. It’s growing fanbase swears by its beauty benefits.
Cretans love spending time in the beautiful nature surrounding them, taking advantage of the coastline. Here, swimming is merely a summertime activity, and a clay spa treatment is also a favorite outdoor pastime in spring and summer.
Free clay masks, argyle beach, natural pools – by the name of Xerokampos beach, this is the number one place at the bucket list of spa lovers. Are you a spa lover? Come to East Crete in the summer for a natural and unique clay spa experience. The white clay and warm turquoise seawater are guaranteed. Take our advice and keep a takeaway cup with you, add some argyle powder, pour a little seawater in, and mix them. Apply the white argyle mask all over your body, in most cases, let it harden, before rinse off. White clay can be used by pretty much everyone.
Benefits of Clay Mask
Clay has a long history of skincare. As early as the Mesopotamian era, this remarkable ingredient was used to heal wounds, soothe inflammation, and cleanse the skin. Ancient Egyptians combined clay with olive oil to brew skin-softening soaps. Cleopatra is known to have applied a dead sea clay mask twice a week to purify her complexion.
Νowadays, masks with clay offer a wide range of skin benefits, including removing impurities and reducing the appearance of large pores. One clay mask benefit we love is clay’s ability to tone up our pores and refine them. The result? Smoother, softer texture and more even skin tone. Clay masks can also help boost blood circulation beneath our skin, and oxygen circulation to our skin cells. This helps our skin heal and regenerate, improves collagen production, and gives it a brighter, more youthful appearance.
- ● It’s not advisable to use them too often.
- ● Avoid letting the masks fully dry on their skin—otherwise, your skin can get irritated and, well, too dry ● Help people with oilier skin to prevent clogging,