Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay and Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar: A Mask that will Work Wonders for the Skin

June 15, 2016

Have you ever felt your face pulsate? Yes, as if it has several pulse points underneath the epidermis. Or the feeling you felt when a sudden migraine hit you, the only difference is that you can feel it all over your face? 

Hahaha. For sure, you are wondering what I'm talking about. Well, this post is all about the "World's Most Powerful Facial". Sounds promising, am I right?



Aztec Healing Clay

I don't know how I stumbled upon this promising product. What I just remembered is that I read a good review about it from one of my favorite Filipina beauty bloggers, Miss Martha of The Beauty Junkee (http://thebeautyjunkee.blogspot.com/2013/09/aztec-healing-clay-mask-review.html). After reading her review, I told myself that "Hazel, you need to get this thing!". Unluckily, I can't find this thing anywhere near. I tried to look online to see where I can order a tub. I found a store located in Nuvali and SM North Edsa, but I'm from Quezon province and traveling just to go to these places is not good for my pocket. I texted the contact  numbers of the store to ask if ever they are allowed to ship to my location and they didn't reply. I already lose hope until an online shop from Instagram followed me. 

A and H Essentials is an online shop that offers repacked of Bragg's apple cider vinegar and Aztec Secret Indian healing clay. Yes, you read it right. The owner of the shop repacks these two amazing products in order to allow beauty fanatics who are working on a tight budget. I know, both the apple cider vinegar and Indian healing clay are not as expensive as Kylie Jenner's lip kit. But, Bragg's apple cider vinegar and Aztec Secret Indian healing clay are almost always out of stock. As a result, sellers who are lucky enough to avail these products are putting too much in the price tag. Yes, I hate it when it happens! 

Too much for the anger, let's just continue with the review. 

After opening the package, I immediately grabbed a Tupperware and plastic spoon, put my hair in a tight bun, and washed my face using Human Heart Nature's balancing facial wash. I mixed a tablespoon of the clay and vinegar. After pouring the vinegar, the mixture starts to bubble for a short while and I continue to mix until I have a paste in my desired consistency. Instead of using a brush, I just used the back of the plastic spoon to spread the paste entirely focusing on the areas where I have zits. I let the mask for  35 minutes and I want to just leave it for a little longer. However, the pulsating effect is not making me comfortable anymore. For the record, the pulsating effect started at 8-10 minutes when the mask dried completely. I can't almost move my mouth yet I survived half of the time talking with a BPI representative. 

My first clay mask session isn't impressive, though. But, the second try is so much better. I'm writing this after my second session and I noticed that my small pimples are slowly fading away. Plus, my oily face... the oil on my face are almost nonexistent. 

Overall, I love how this clay mask helps to control the oil on my face since it is one of the main factors that caused the acne here and there. 

RATE: Thumbs Up for the DIY clay mask: Bragg's Apple Cider Vinegar and Aztec Secret's Indian Healing Clay. 

If you want to try this combination but you don't want to invest yet (just like Miss M, I also read some feedback that the clay doesn't do any 

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