Rose Clay Foot Mask

The third step in our pampering home pedicure series is applying this thick, moisturizing mask. Featuring Rose Clay and Kaolin Clay, this mask purifies and detoxifies the skin as the Avocado Extract and Vitamin E Oil moisturize and nourish. For a step-by-step how to guide on giving yourself a home pedicure, check out the free PDF guide. The cute labels for the jars are also available as a free PDF item!

This project is part of the Happy Feet Home Pedicure series. See all the projects here: Moisturizing Heel Balm, Cranberry Seed Foot Scrub, Invigorating Foot Soak and Summer Shimmer Nail Polish.

Rose Clay Foot Mask
8 oz Glycerin Liquid
3 mL Avocado Extract
2 mL Vitamin E Oil
1.5 mL Peppermint Essential Oil, 1st Distill
2.4 mL Optiphen ND
1 cup Kaolin Clay
1 cup Rose Clay
8 oz. Glass Bail Jar

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ONE: In a large bowl, whisk together the Rose Clay and Kaolin Clay and set aside.

TWO: In a separate container, combine the Glycerin Liquid, Avocado Extract, Vitamin E Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil and Optiphen ND and stir thoroughly to combine.

THREE: Slowly pour the liquid mixture into the clay, stirring to combine. Continue to stir until all the clumps are gone; this can take a little elbow grease!

FOUR: Once the mixture is smooth, pour your mask into an 8 oz. Bail Jar. Store in a cool, dry place.

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    • Kelsey says

      Hi Courtney!

      This recipe never fully dries on the skin. We love how silky and moisturizing it feels. If you do want it to dry fully, you can eliminate the liquid and just use the clay. Then, mix that clay with a little bit of water right before you use it. :)

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

  1. Stacey says

    Is there a difference between avocado extract and avocado oil? I have oil at my home, but not extract, but not finding if there is a difference at all in using one over the other. Thanks!

    • Kelsey says

      Hi Stacey!

      Avocado oil is Persea gratissima (Avocado) Oil, while the extract is a mixture of Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride and Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Fruit Extract. Avocado oil is thicker and slightly more yellow.

      What that means for your products is that extracts are typically used at 1 tsp. per pound of product. Avocado oil, on the other hand, can be used around 20% in your cold process soap recipes and higher in other recipes.

      Adding avocado oil to this recipe will make it a little thicker. I would recommend making a small test batch to see if you like the consistency. :)

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

      Avocado extract:

      Avocado oil:

    • Kelsey says

      Hi Sky!

      We didn’t try this recipe with Moroccan clay, so I’m not 100% sure. However, I believe it would be OK! It may help to make a small test batch and try it out to see if you like the way it feels. :)

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

    • Kelsey says

      Hi Nana!

      Adding water will change the consistency of this mask, and it may separate as well. You may want to make a small test batch beforehand.

      Also, Phenonip is a good preservative to use. :)

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

  2. Karin says

    Is the 8oz Glycerin Liquid by weight or volume? I ask because I weighed it out, and there is no way I can pour the resulting paste into my jar. (In fact, I might have trouble getting my whisk back :p)

    From the first two pictures, it looks like I should have something a bit more liquidy… Any suggestions?Should I add more glycerin to it? Keep stirring (I probably will anyway, I can still see a few tiny lumps–can we say “add insult to injury”)? Warm it up a bit?

    • Kelsey says

      Hi Karin!

      Oh no, I’m sorry to hear that!

      We measured the Liquid Glycerin by weight. You might try adding a little more to see if that helps. :)

      Also, we had to stir this recipe for quite a while!

      -Kelsey with Bramble Berry

    • says

      Hi Lauren!

      Not a dumb question at all :). Glycerin has a shelf life of about twelve months when stored in a dry, cool place. This product will have about the same shelf life. I hope this helps!

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  3. Mary says

    I made this the other day and used kaolin clay and Dead Sea clay because I didn’t have any rose clay. I absolutely love it and the only problem is that I decided to do the bottoms of my feet as well. Yeah I didn’t really think about that, in advance. So right now I’m typing this while lying on my back with my feet hanging over the tub lol. On a positive my feet will look fabulous. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  4. Tami says

    Hie Anne Marie
    I am all the way down in South Africa and needless to say I am as such a HUGE fan. You have done soo well for yourself and the soaping fraternity. Keep on keeping on!!
    My question concerns the use of the preservative . Do I need to do so even if you didn’t use water.
    Thank you so much

    • says

      Hi Tami!

      Thanks for your kind message! While this project does not contain water, we chose to use one just to be safe :). If you are using this product for personal use, and it will not come into contact with water, you can choose to not include one :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

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