Green clay mask recipe for greasy hair


Has your scalp decided to make its own and grease anyway despite a regular wash? Do you want to end the hair problem that poisons your daily life? There is a simple and 100% natural solution to combat excess sebum: the green clay hair mask!

A true miracle cure, green clay has ultra-absorbent and remineralizing properties to bring your hair all the minerals and trace elements they need for more lightness and flexibility.

What ingredients should be used for this mask?

We’ve come up with a green clay mask recipe for you just to make at home. Simple and ultra effective, this oily hair treatment combines the virtues of illite green clay with natural and easy-to-find ingredients (you certainly already have them in your closets). Enough to take care of yourself without having to chase after a list of ingredients!

To make the recipe, you need:

  • 6 tablespoons green clay
  • 1 plain yoghurt
  • 1 tablespoon cider vinegar
  • 2 pinches of sea salt
  • A little mineral water (not the tap!)

Green clay, combined with sea salt, attacks excess sebum and stimulates hair growth. Yogurt deeply nourishes the scalp, while cider vinegar eliminates toxins.

How to apply this mask for greasy hair?

Mix all ingredients in a glass or earthen bowl with a wooden spatula until smooth, smooth and smooth. Avoid metal or plastic, which could nullify the properties of green clay.

Take a dose of clay in your hand and spread it over your entire scalp, massaging lightly. Our advice: avoid spikes, which are often already dry and would require pink or red clay care. Allow the mask to work for about 20 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. The results are visible from the first application: the hair is lighter and silkier, it finally breathes!

This treatment is to be done once or twice a week to start and then you can space the applications according to the evolution of your scalp. For best results, combine this mask with our greasy hair shampoo with green clay, honey and organic aloe vera.