The clay comes in powdered form, which is meant to be mixed with water or apple cider vinegar until it becomes a spreadable consistency. After smoothing onto the skin, the label recommends letting it sit for five to 15 minutes depending on your skin’s sensitivity.
While the claims on the packaging may sound too good to be true, the mask is getting rave reviews from actual customers who claim it has helped clear their acne. Some have posted incredible before-and-after photos to show how the product has worked for them.
“This will forever be a staple for me. I went through a horrible breakout and decided to use this. In six days my skin was significantly clearer,” Amazon user DJ Freddie W., whose photos you can see above, said in her review.
“I’m 24 and this past January my face started breaking out with cystic acne,” the Amazon customer above said in her review. “I strongly recommend Aztec healing clay, it has done more wonders than I could’ve ever imagined.”