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Chocolate Milk Dry Face Mask

A comment on another formulator’s video about duping a fairly popular chocolate mask set my mind buzzing, and gave me the inspiration for this dry mask. When I started digging and doing more research, I discovered that cocoa is amazing for your skin and it just makes so much sense that I felt silly for not considering it before.


Cocoa is loaded, and I do mean LOADED, with antioxidants that protect against free radical damage done by pollutants and the sun. One study actually claimed that it has more antioxidants than green tea, and we ALL know how amazing green tea is in skincare!


Cocoa also has great anti-inflammatory properties that make it very soothing to the skin, and a wonderful, natural way to calm red, angry acne. 


Cocoa is also loaded with vitamin C, so it’s an absolute gem at fading dark spots and blemishes and brightening the skin. It’s also anti-aging by helping to lessen wrinkles on the skin.


I thought pairing this wonderful ingredient with goat’s milk would be amazing because we would get the benefits that come with that, such as the gentle peeling action of lactic acid, and the softening, moisturizing effects of the lipids in the milk. 


 True, it’s not a vegan formula, but you can certainly make it one by subbing out the goat’s milk for coconut milk (or any other kind of nut milk you prefer).


So, enough talking! Let’s make this fantastic … 


Chocolate Milk Dry Face Mask 


33.33% / 10g Cocoa (or Cacao) Powder

16.67% / 5g Bentonite Clay

16.67% / 5g Fuller’s Earth Clay

16.67% / 5g Goat Milk Powder

11.67% / 3.5g Diatomaceous Earth

1% / .3g Xanthan Gum

1.67% / .5g Allantoin

1.67% / .5g Panthenol

.67% / .2g Fragrance (Optional)*

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100% / 30g - This will make enough for, at least, 4 masks - depending on how thick you make the paste.


  1. Combine all ingredients into a bowl or cup.
  2.  Mix well to completely combine.


To use: Using a non-metallic spoon, place equal parts dry mask and water into a clean, plastic bowl. Str well, until a paste forms. You can choose how thick you’d like it to be, but it will be easier to rinse off if you lean towards a medium to thin viscosity. Leave on for 15-20 minutes. Rinse off with warm water. You may use a cloth, if you prefer. Follow with your normal skincare routine.


*If you choose not to add fragrance, just add that amount to the Cocoa Powder amount.


Enjoy!!


You can watch this product being made on our YouTube channel @GabandDrew


Thanks for your time, 

Monica


Where to buy:


Cocoa Powder

Bentonite Clay

Fuller's Earth Clay

Goat Milk Powder

Diatomaceous Earth

Xanthan Gum

Allantoin Powder

Panthenol Powder

Fragrance (Chocolate)