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We Tried The Aztec Healing Clay Mask And It Really Made A Difference

It promises to make your skin pulsate.

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Watch these people try the viral Aztec Healing Clay face mask!

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You mix the clay with either raw apple cider vinegar or water, although reviewers recommend using the vinegar.

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And you only really need about half a tablespoon of the powder itself when mixing your mask.

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On day three, Sarah left the mask on a little too long and her skin felt really tight afterward (almost like she still had the mask on).

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And since Alissa has combination skin, her face started drying out a bit by then.

Once the last day rolled around, Alissa and Frank were excited because, although it helped their skin, it was also a huge commitment to do it every single night.

When everything was said and done, Alissa said her skin felt amazing.

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She said she also noticed the pores minimize on her face, so she's definitely incorporating this into her skin care regimen.

Sarah's skin ended up feeling super smooth, with all the acne she had at the beginning of the trial practically gone.

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She felt so good about her skin, that she decide to go sans makeup for the day. "It was really nice to go out for once with no makeup and be like, you know what — whatever, this is what my skin looks like and I'm just gonna do it."

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