This cleanser is ideal for normal to oily skin and for those with hyperpigmentation or pimple problems. Zeolite helps to clarify your complexion by fading hyperpigmentation and calming troublesome spots. You will notice a more even tone even after your first mask. The bacteriostatic action of zeolite helps to clear up pimples and acne.

Blackheads are also improved when zeolite is used as a mask. As the zeolite mask dries, it draws impurities from deep within the pores and then closes the pores as it finishes drying. You will also notice that both the cleanser and the mask have an exfoliating action which leaves your skin feeling and looking smoother.

2 level teaspoons zeolite powder
1 teaspoon water

Put the zeolite powder into a small bowl or cup, add water, stir well until smooth. Add a few more drops of water if the mixture thickens.

Splash your face with water and dry slightly. Apply evenly to slightly damp skin with a gentle upward and outward motion. Either rinse off straight away or leave until dry if you are using it as a mask.

This mask is not recommended for dry, sensitive or mature skin as it can be drying.


There’s a lot more tips about the practical uses of zeolite in the book ‘Australian Zeolite Facts & Practical Uses‘.