mask bowl + brush


available individually or as a set

Using a bowl and brush to apply our radiance, detox clay, and pumpkin peel masks is a lovely experience and helps with application, using less product.

We are so pleased to be able to offer these beautiful handmade mask bowls by a local Whidbey Island potter. I requested they be designed without a “foot” so the bowl would nest intimately in the palm of your hand. They are a perfect size and depth, and truly elevate the ritual of masking!

Our vegan brush is soft, yet firm, and a perfect size for reaching the contours of your face.


There are a few reasons to use a brush to apply a clay, charcoal or pumpkin mask rather than just use your fingers. An obvious one is that it’s a lot less messy. Not only do you not have to dig your fingers into the jar of product (which can contaminate it with bacteria and cause it to expire faster), but you also won’t be left trying to coax out the mask that has worked its way under your fingernails afterwards. With a brush, you can easily scoop the mask out of the jar or bowl and smooth it evenly over your skin, using less product, and easily rinse the brush clean. There’s also a good reason for using a synthetic fiber brush rather than one made from animal hair. Aside from being cruelty-free, synthetic fibers are less likely to harbor bacteria than natural ones. So, treat yourself to a spa-quality facial at home with the best tools!

Additional information


Add 1-2 tablespoons of powdered mask into the bowl and activate with warm water, tea, or other liquid of your choosing. Coconut cream is lovely for dry skin and green or rooibos tea act as potent antioxidants. Add just enough liquid and blend with your brush to create a smooth, viscous paste. Feel the bowl nesting in your hand and lovingly apply the mask to your face (and neck, chest, shoulders and hands if you have the time). This is such a lovely and effective way to apply your mask!


The clay body for the bowls is stoneware with a hand mixed glaze. The glaze on the black bowl is made with local Double Bluff clay from Whidbey Island!

The brush bristles are vegan and the handle is a smooth plastic with a nice hand-feel.

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