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Sarah L.
67 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4

Any tips to mix this together better? Mine was super clumpy

Kanza T.
Kanza T.
Piscataway, NJ
1 year, 4 months ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 5
I use apple cider vinegar, and a whisk to blend it all together.
David F.
David F.
Brooklyn, NY
1 year, 7 months ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 5
I actually mix mine in a shot glass - 1 tablespoon of powder then 1 tablespoon of ACV and then mix with my finger until it's a muddy consistency.
Tori S.
Tori S.
Edina, MN
1 year, 10 months ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 3
Use apple cider vinegar and do it in a plastic container and with a plastic spoon or other plastic utensil-- that's what I have found to be easiest! I start by adding the clay into my container and then put a bit of the ACV in and see if it is enough and if it isn't, I just add little by little to get the right consistency. Hope this helps (:
Paige D.
Paige D.
Norman, OK
2 years, 5 months ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 5
Use apple cider vinegar!
Audrey G.
Audrey G.
2 years, 6 months ago
Using apple cider vinegar always mixes smooth. However, maybe trying warmer water would work as well.
Arista R.
Arista R.
Doral, FL
2 years, 7 months ago
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Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
Try mixing it with apple cider vinegar
Kendal  G.
Kendal G.
Ephrata, PA
2 years, 8 months ago
I Find that if I use water, it's clumpy. Apple cider vinegar works well, but make sure you use enough of it. You don't want it really thick.
Ashley G.
Ashley G.
brooklyn, NY
2 years, 10 months ago
Most likely you are using water, use Apple Cider Vinegar, as the powder dissolves better in this since it is an acid and also apple cider is so beneficial to your skin. It provides pH balancing and helps with blemishes. The instructions on the back of the clay also suggest using Apple Cider Vinegar, just in case you think I'm crazy. lol
Jade S.
Jade S.
Palmetto, GA
2 years, 10 months ago
Maybe if you heat it up a little bit it might melt the clumps

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