For sensitive or dry skin use 2 teaspoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of witch hazel and proceed as directed in above formula.
Clay mask. These mask are absorbent, drawing, cleansing and tightening. They are especially good for oily and large-pored skin, but can sometimes make dry skin uncomfortably taut. Mixing clay with various liquids helps moderate the drying effects, and can make the mask more suitable for dry skin. The longer the clay is left on, the more drawing and tightening the effect. Again, this may be desirable for oily and large-pored skin, but is not necessarily beneficial for dry or depleted skin unless more nourishing substances have been added to the clay. There are many different types of clay available, often identified by color you can experiment to see which clay feels most appropriate for your skin type. You may want to keep in mind that kaolin clay, which is white, is considered less drying than the colored clays. (For more information about clay see page 198.)