Qēt Botanicals Hydrating Clay Exfoliant with Tea & Lavender

Qet Botanicals

Full Price Original price was: $32.00.Current price is: $28.80.

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2 ounces

Smooth your complexion by clearing, cleansing, and detoxifying with this lavishing tea and lavender exfoliant.

  • Deep yet gentle exfoliation
  • Perfect for blemished, dry, or combination skin!
  • Gently removes impurities and dull skin
  • Smoothes and calms inflamed skin
  • Gentle and non-irritating
  • Crafted with pure plant and earth-derived ingredients!

Qēt Botanicals Hydrating Clay Exfoliant With Tea & Lavender

A gentle exfoliant is just as important as a good cleanser when it comes to healthy, vibrant skin. Natural, pure, and free from synthetic fragrances or fillers, this hydrating clay exfoliant features detoxifying clay, vitamin-rich Matcha green tea, and medicinal flower oils.

Qēt’s beautifully and intentionally designed tea and lavender exfoliant is nature’s gateway to a fresh, firm, and bright complexion. It can help heal dermatitis, psoriasis, itchiness, eczema, and acne and calmly soothes redness and irritation. Uneven or reactive skin becomes toned, clearer, and brighter, allowing your beauty to shine!

Now let’s peep into the immaculate line-up of ingredients that appear in this tea and lavender exfoliant from Qēt: 

  • Lavender: Adored worldwide for its aroma and beneficial health properties, this well-loved herbal flower is a remedial skin soother, relieving any and all skin types dealing with irritations or trouble spots. It’s also a skin-cleansing superhero! 
  • Oat Kernel: Extracted from the seeds of the Avena Sativa plant, gluten-free oat kernel flour is an anti-inflammatory agent discovered and loved by the ancients. It specializes in bringing long-lasting and age-defying hydration to the skin thanks to a strong concentration of starches and beta-glucans.
  • Morroccan Clay: Another ancient remedy, Moroccan lava clay (or Rhassoul clay) restores the skin’s natural glow. It’s rich in minerals that help it thoroughly, deeply and gently, removing toxins and impurities.  
  • Matcha: Chock full of vitamins, Matcha green tea is a superior antioxidant, delivering healing superpowers fit to detoxify, cleanse, and strip impurities from the skin. The polyphenols found in Matcha green tea help neutralize harmful free radicals that can damage the skin and accelerate the aging process. 

Skin types that will benefit most from the effects of this hydrating exfoliant include oily and dry (combination complexion); normal with occasional blemishes or activity; and normal to dry. Through daily use, you’ll see your complexion clear and brighten, as dead skin cells are replaced with fresh, healthy, rejuvenated cells. Recycle the old out for the new!

Speaking of new! Are you new to Qēt? Well, we’re happy you’ve found them! They’re an absolute favorite of ours. A great place to start is with their Getting Started Facial Kit.

Qēt Botanicals offers two exfoliating options for their Skin Suites (their fully inclusive treatment kit). The Hydrating Clay Exfoliant with Tea & Lavender is a highly-absorbing exfoliant that can be rotated with a lighter, softer herbal exfoliant as desired.

How to Choose Your Exfoliant – Herbal or Clay?

Options are lovely, but sometimes we need more information in order to make the best decision! To help you choose which type of exfoliant is right for you, let’s look at the similarities and differences:

How the herbal and clay exfoliants are the same:
Clay and herbal exfoliants are equal in that they both soothe, hydrate, and soften the skin. Both gently cleanse with natural ingredients for a healthy, glowing complexion.

How the herbal and clay exfoliants are different:
The difference lies in how deeply they penetrate the skin, and what they’re able to pull up.

Clay exfoliants are made with mineral clay that acts like a sponge, soaking up, and carrying out, trapped toxins and impurities from deep within the pores.

Herbal exfoliants, on the other hand, are made with fine botanical powders, and are great for a lighter, surface pore cleansing.

How to choose:
For the removal of deep-rooted impurities and toxins, the clay exfoliant is the best option.

For more tender surface cleansing, the herbal exfoliants are the way to go.

Rest assured, no matter which exfoliant you go with, your skin will be cleansed for a more vibrant complexion. It just depends on your present skin condition!

Qēt actually recommends you alternate between the two exfoliants regularly, so that your skin is receiving the special healing benefits each has to offer. With ever-changing environments and unknowns, it’s best to have both on hand. You really can’t go wrong!

Suggested Use: We recommend using this Hydrating Clay Exfoliant daily, but not more than once a day. It’s especially therapeutic to apply just before bedtime when you’re winding down!

Step 1. Prepare face by cleansing.*

Step 2. Sprinkle a small amount of the tea and lavender exfoliant into the palm of your hand or a mask bowl. Add a small amount of cleansing oil* – enough to create a paste.

Step 3. Apply the mixture to your face and décolletage with gentle circular patterns. Be gentle – trust the healing actives to do their magic. Pass over any open spots or blemishes for now.

Step 4. Open your pores with a warm washcloth steam. Simply get a washcloth warm with wet water and dab onto your skin. Relax, breathe, and relish in the moment! 

Step 5. Feel free to let the hydrating exfoliant dry onto your face as a mini-mask – three minutes is plenty to further aid your complexion with botanical support.

*People often ask us if it’s okay to use the exfoliating-cleansing oil mixture as a replacement to the first step of pure cleansing oil. We recommend you do these as separate steps, but you can certainly meld the two steps together! First, massage the cleansing oil onto your face. Then, before removing with a washcloth, mix the exfoliant with cleansing oil and exfoliate as needed.

*Mixing oil with the exfoliant powder allows the actives to deeply penetrate and cleanse, which is why it’s recommended to use oil instead of water.

Cautions: Keep out of the reach of children. If you have a negative reaction, discontinue use and consult with a health professional.

Questions? We’ve got answers! Reach out to our support team for help.

Ingredients: Avena Sativa (Gluten-Free Oat) Kernel Flour*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flowers*, Rhassoul (Moroccan Lava Clay), Sucrose (Cane Sugar)*, Camellia Sinensis (Matcha Green Tea) Leaves*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil*

*Organic Ingredient

Qet (“keet”) Botanicals is a family-owned, Wisconsin company which offers freshly-made and hand-crafted face, hair, and body products made from organic, sustainable, and wild-crafted botanical ingredients.

Company founder, Lisa Brill, developed this line of premium products after experiencing health problems that necessitated removal of conventional beauty products.She discovered that many “natural” products contain small amounts of synthetic, and often harmful, ingredients. Lisa needed safe products that would not interfere with hormones or add to changing thyroid levels, and address changes in health and skin that were beginning to show both internally and externally. Research, careful application and blending soon led to treatments that almost immediately made changes in her skin, hair and overall health – all for the better! Lisa knew that she could never go back to the mass-produced and stale ingredients found on most store shelves. And she knew it was something she had to share with others. Qet Botanicals was born.

Qet formulates all of their own original products, manufactures them, fills and labels their packaging. They’ve promised to disclose EVERY INGREDIENT that goes into their formulations, and all of their products are rated in the safest category with the lowest hazard levels in the Environmental Working Group Skin Deep database.

Every product that Qet manufactures is made without the use of toxins, synthetics, or even a single drop of harmful chemicals or preservatives.

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