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    Green Clay Acne Mask
    submitted by Jen Guise

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    This is an awesome mask for smoothing the face. I've tried everything for acne, and this combination is the only thing that leaves my skin feeling soft and looking great.

    Yield: one application
    Prep Time: less than 5 mins
    Price Category: 1
    Difficulty Level: 1
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    1/2 to 1 teaspoon green clay
    1/2 to 1 teaspoon red clover powder
    1 scant drop tea tree essential oil
    As needed tomato juice or water (if you don't have juice)

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    Blending Procedure:

    1. Combine clay powder and red clover powder in a small bowl.

    2. Add 3 to 5 drops of tea tree oil.

    3. Add enough tomato juice (freshly squeezed from a tomato, preferably) or distilled water to moisten the mixture to a spreadable consistency.

    4. Spread over face and allow to dry. Mask works best if you can leave it on for at least 30 minutes (I do my dishes).

    5. Rinse mask with warm water. Follow with an herbal toner if desired. Allow toner to dry (if used) and follow with a good moisturizer (very important).

    6. Use once a week, twice at most.

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