Self-Activating Clay Mask - 100g
Self-Activating Clay Mask - 100g

Solo Skin London

Self-Activating Clay Mask - 100g

The self-activating clay mask is ideal for use for those who suffer from oily skin. Using natural clay from the French Mountains, the clay absorbs the oils whilst at the same time deeply cleansing into the pores, removing dirt and bacteria and reducing pore size.

The clay mask can be used by adding water or floral waters to the mixture a little at a time until it is a thick consistency.

Add a couple of drops of the Night oil into the clay mask before mixing with water to achieve a flawless radiant look.

The products have been formulated adhering to EU regulations. Each batch is manufactured by the formulator, which gives Solo Skin products the quality and consistency throughout the whole production. Solo Skin only use products that are good for you, so no synthetic ingredients are used in any of the products.

For external use only, keep out of reach of children. Always do a test patch before applying full product. May stain fabrics.

Considered Materials & Ingredients.

Products made of fabrics and/or ingredients which have a lower environmental and social impact.

Environmental Consideration.

Products that are made from recycled and upcycled materials. This also includes alternative products that through use, reduce landfill.

Cruelty Free.

Products manufactured using animal alternatives and adhere to animal free production.


We recommend this for the following:

Oily Skin

Combination Skin

Acne Prone Skin

Inflamed skin


Acne - By removing the dirt deep from your pores it gives your skin a full detox, which prevents further breakouts.

Large pores - The clay mask tightens the skin and reduces the appearance of larger pores.

Dullness in the face - Using clay can help with turning the dullness in your skin to a radiant glow.

Scarring - Solo Skin have used the famous Broccoli seed oil which is high in Vitamin C which helps tackle scarring and brightens the face.

Deep Cleansing - Deep cleaning your pores is just as important. Especially if you use make up on a regular basis.

Green Clay: Is a fast absorbing clay which helps pull out impurities whilst cleansing deep into the pores, helping your skin look glowing and healthy. Green Clay also helps with rebalancing sebum production.

Jojoba Oil: This oil is like the skins natural sebum which helps regulate our oil production within the sebaceous glands. Jojoba oil is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties which helps with calming and soothing redness from a breakout.


Broccoli Seed Oil: Acts as a barrier protecting you from environmental stresses. Helps keep the skin looking plump and firm. Broccoli seed oil is also known for its great anti-ageing as it is high in antioxidants and Vitamin C.

Illite (Green Clay), Brassica oleracea italica (Broccoli) seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) seed oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) leaf oil, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) extract. Limonene, Linalol.

Keep in a cool dark place. Avoid getting water into packaging.

Please allow between 1-2 working days for UK delivery and up to 5 days for European delivery

UK Free Delivery

EU £18.00

You may request to return your products within 14 days of receipt. All returned goods must be unused, unopened (unsealed), and in the original packaging.

Please obtain proof of posting, and send via an insured and traceable method. We cannot be held liable for any items which go missing or get damaged in the post. If a parcel does go missing and never reaches us, it is your responsibility as the sender of the item, to claim from the courier used.

Sale items are not eligible for a refund

Please submit any returns through our Returns Center. If your return is accepted according to the brand policy, you will receive your refund minus any delivery costs.

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