Aztec Secret

Aztec Secret

Aztec Secret was founded in 1986 by Mary Roman, from Indiana. Their healing mask is made from bentonite clay found in Death Valley, California. The clay is one of the top-rated and top-selling beauty products on Amazon.com.

https://aztec-secret.com/
Overall rating
4.3
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86%
would repurchase
4.3
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Overall rating
86%
would repurchase

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Indian Healing Clay
4.0
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2 months ago

If you suffer with oily skin, large pores, a few break outs here and there. This is something you SHOULD really try. I have used it for a week now and I have noticed the change in my complexion. My face is a lot brighter. It's not a magic potion that can get rid of acne in a day BUT from all that I have tried (and damn have I tried an array of products) this actually shows results. My white heads are drying up faster and my marks are lightening. Also, for the price, you get a big container that would last for some time. Yes, you better believe the hype! It's definately something to try.

Indian Healing Clay
4.0
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2 months ago

If you suffer with oily skin, large pores, a few break outs here and there. This is something you SHOULD really try. I have used it for a week now and I have noticed the change in my complexion. My face is a lot brighter. It's not a magic potion that can get rid of acne in a day BUT from all that I have tried (and damn have I tried an array of products) this actually shows results. My white heads are drying up faster and my marks are lightening. Also, for the price, you get a big container that would last for some time. Yes, you better believe the hype! It's definately something to try.


Indian Healing Clay
5.0
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4 months ago

W O W. 9/10 hyped products never ever work for me. Lotion P50, majority of Paula's Choice, The Ordinary, etc. I've seen this product floating around since I joined this site in 2012 (and it had stellar reviews back then too) and I've always been tempted to try it but my skin is so freaking sensitive and anything that irritates it causes a breakout. This may come as a shock to a lot of people here but if you start breaking out when using a new product (apart from prescription products) it's not purging. That's your body's way of telling you the product you're using isn't working. For example, my new apartment had highly chlorinated water and I started breaking out horribly. Was my skin purging? Absolutely not. I saw this stuff at my local Fresh Thyme for a low price and I thought, why not. For the first time ever I decided to not be an idiot and spot test a product. Shock of shocks, no negative reaction. The following night I put the rest of the product. Now I read somewhere that if you have dry or sensitive skin you shouldn't let a clay mask dry fully, rather rinse it off when it begins to dry. So that's what I did. I think it was on for less than 5 minutes total. I know it turns your skin red but mine barely turned pink. I think any longer would have irritated my skin but oh man did it still have great results. These little blackheads on my lower cheek, all gone. Skin smoother, softer, less red, and clearer. I did not develop any zits from using this, and it surprisingly, wasn't all that drying. I definitely still use moisturizer after but some masks I've used were so harsh. I can't believe how well it worked. That *never* happens to me. It's super cheap too. $7.99 for a tub I know will last me a very long time. I used raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to mix with. I think it recommends that because of something to do with the pH balance. Apple cider vinegar has never bothered my skin either so I wasn't worried about that. I mixed it with one of those silicone spatulas, and it blends well. You're also not supposed to dump this down the drain either so the spatula makes scooping it out of the bowl easy too. I would recommend for all to try but be sure to spot test first, and if you have dry/sensitive skin, don't allow the mask to fully dry. Best wishes!

Indian Healing Clay
5.0
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4 months ago

W O W. 9/10 hyped products never ever work for me. Lotion P50, majority of Paula's Choice, The Ordinary, etc. I've seen this product floating around since I joined this site in 2012 (and it had stellar reviews back then too) and I've always been tempted to try it but my skin is so freaking sensitive and anything that irritates it causes a breakout. This may come as a shock to a lot of people here but if you start breaking out when using a new product (apart from prescription products) it's not purging. That's your body's way of telling you the product you're using isn't working. For example, my new apartment had highly chlorinated water and I started breaking out horribly. Was my skin purging? Absolutely not. I saw this stuff at my local Fresh Thyme for a low price and I thought, why not. For the first time ever I decided to not be an idiot and spot test a product. Shock of shocks, no negative reaction. The following night I put the rest of the product. Now I read somewhere that if you have dry or sensitive skin you shouldn't let a clay mask dry fully, rather rinse it off when it begins to dry. So that's what I did. I think it was on for less than 5 minutes total. I know it turns your skin red but mine barely turned pink. I think any longer would have irritated my skin but oh man did it still have great results. These little blackheads on my lower cheek, all gone. Skin smoother, softer, less red, and clearer. I did not develop any zits from using this, and it surprisingly, wasn't all that drying. I definitely still use moisturizer after but some masks I've used were so harsh. I can't believe how well it worked. That *never* happens to me. It's super cheap too. $7.99 for a tub I know will last me a very long time. I used raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar to mix with. I think it recommends that because of something to do with the pH balance. Apple cider vinegar has never bothered my skin either so I wasn't worried about that. I mixed it with one of those silicone spatulas, and it blends well. You're also not supposed to dump this down the drain either so the spatula makes scooping it out of the bowl easy too. I would recommend for all to try but be sure to spot test first, and if you have dry/sensitive skin, don't allow the mask to fully dry. Best wishes!

Indian Healing Clay
5.0
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5 months ago

Aztec healing clay mask The hype is real. So I was thinking that this simple mask just couldn't be that great. I'm a long time fan of clay masks. I have spent some crazy money on this type of product in the past but never again. At 50 I still have some breakouts here and there. I have hormonal issues that cause mine. I am also cursed with large pores sadly. Clay masks have always been great for me but honestly due to the bills from beating breast cancer I just couldn't afford to spend anywhere near what I used to. I'm forced to seek out less expensive skin care and cosmetics that are still great products and while that can be extremely difficult this did not disappoint. I bought this at my local Vitamin shoppe. They also have a website. It was a mere $7.99. For the 1lb tub that is a very good value. I mixed about a 1/2 teaspoon of the clay with acv. Slathered on and gave it 10-15 minutes. Washed off with fairly warm water. Fantastic results as good if not better than other far more expensive masks. I will be using this weekly. If you are looking for a great inexpensive clay mask this is it. Give it a try. Pleased remember to moisture after using.

Indian Healing Clay
5.0
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5 months ago

Aztec healing clay mask The hype is real. So I was thinking that this simple mask just couldn't be that great. I'm a long time fan of clay masks. I have spent some crazy money on this type of product in the past but never again. At 50 I still have some breakouts here and there. I have hormonal issues that cause mine. I am also cursed with large pores sadly. Clay masks have always been great for me but honestly due to the bills from beating breast cancer I just couldn't afford to spend anywhere near what I used to. I'm forced to seek out less expensive skin care and cosmetics that are still great products and while that can be extremely difficult this did not disappoint. I bought this at my local Vitamin shoppe. They also have a website. It was a mere $7.99. For the 1lb tub that is a very good value. I mixed about a 1/2 teaspoon of the clay with acv. Slathered on and gave it 10-15 minutes. Washed off with fairly warm water. Fantastic results as good if not better than other far more expensive masks. I will be using this weekly. If you are looking for a great inexpensive clay mask this is it. Give it a try. Pleased remember to moisture after using.