Aztec Secret Healing Clay Mask Review

Popularly known health and beauty item known for its dramatic effects


The Aztec Secret Healing Mask offers benefits of clearer skin, healthy hair and cleansers beneficial for relaxation and self-care. “Although the stench of the mixture and the uncomfortability when it’s applied are quite irritating, nothing can compete with when you see the results,” tester and junior Rohani Khan said. “My skin felt smoother and by the next day I had a brighter complexion. The results beat the pain.” After having a self-care night, Khan plans to use the mask as a weekly-ritual-must.

Raiha Khan, Staff Writer

Known for its phrase “feel your face pulsate,” the Aztec Indian Healing Clay Mask is regarded as one of the world’s most powerful facials serving a variety of different purposes not limited just to skincare according to the packaging, but it seems it’s strong ingredients are cause for debate leaving people questioning whether to try the product or not.

If one practices skincare, they most likely know about the powerful clay mask. The recipe is simple. Combining equal parts of clay, raw apple cider vinegar and/or water, which forms a thick, silver fluid paste. The apple cider vinegar smell makes the process rather unpleasant, but beauty is pain. 

The mask can be applied however seen fit. It’s cool to the touch evoking a relaxing, chilling feeling at first, but after about two minutes, a tester may start to notice their skin tighten. People could say it hurts, while others say the pain means it’s working. It’s all up to an individual as everyone’s skin is different.

The packaging says to leave on the remedy for 10 to 15 minutes for those with sensitive skin and 15-20 minutes for those with regular skin. Keep in mind not to leave the mask on longer than that as The ingredients are powerful and can cause chemical burn if kept on for too long. The packaging recommends for the mask to be used once a week and substantial changes occur after consistent use over a span of a month or more.

The removal process can be quite lengthy as the face mask is difficult to remove taking up to 10 minutes of continuous rinsing with warm water. As for the results, noticeable changes were seen. Maybe not the best.

Overall, the Aztec Indian Healing Mask was a bit of a painful, but effective experience as it did the job to minimize pores and improve face condition by the next day. Typically upon doing routines, changes don’t just occur in one use. They take time. Despite seeing noticeable changes within just one use of the product, one can only imagine the benefits after using it consistently. Not only that, but the clay can also be used for body wraps, clay baths, foot soaks and chilled clay for knee packs maximizing its use.

Due to its noticeable effects and variety of uses keeping in mind the inconvenience of the application and removal process, the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay earns a rating of four and a half out of five face masks.