Gift boxed combo - clay mask and lip balm making kit (FREE SHIPPINGl

Great Gift Idea

Make your own clay masks and lip balms.

Gift boxed in a reusable gift box with a magnetic latch

Clay Mask Kit includes:

This is the ultimate skincare product, carefully formulated to hydrate, detoxify and replenish. With essential vitamins and minerals to restore the vitality of your skin.

The kit comes with three unique clay blends that are constantly changing, current blends are;

  • HIBISCUS + DAVIDSON PLUM + PINK CLAY - total rejuvenation "natures botox
  • DEEP DIVE DETOX - the name says it all
  • NOURISH + REPAIR - Say goodbye to dry, dull skin
  • Professional applicator brush
  • Ceramic mixing palette/ bowl
  • Bamboo spoon
  • Instructions

Our Clay Masks come in powder form, the benefit is that we do not have to add preservatives and the shelf life is exponentially longer than a pre-constituted wet mask (which often contain unsavoury and/or skin-agitating preservatives). Handmade in Sydney Australia.


Lip Balm Kit Includes:

Make your own lip balms with our easy to use lip balm making kit. Make 20+ lip balms, you will also have some lip balm base left over to refill your containers.

  •  2 x 100g Lip Balm Base (conveniently packaged in 2 x 50g container) made from Coconut Oil, Castor Oil, Cocoa Butter, Beeswax, Shea Butter, Vitamin E
  • 1 x 15ml Flavour Oil (Strawberry)
  • 1 x Stir stick
  • 1 x 1g Pink Mica colour to colour your lip balms A little goes a long way!
  • 1 x 1g Shimmer Mica to add some shimmer to your balms
  • 1 x 5ml Pipette
  • 10 x 5g oval white lip balm tube containers with lids
  • 10 x 10g lip balm pot with white lid
  • 1 x Easy to follow instructions

You will need:

  • stainless steel mixing bowl to use as a double boiler when melting your lip balm.

Hours of Lip Balm Making fun!

Please note there is labelling legislation in place for the selling of soap and cosmetics. Evoke Australia is a supplier of raw materials and is in no way responsible for the finished product or the labelling of these finished products. It is the individual's responsibility to check the current labelling laws if they decide to sell or retail the end products. You can find further information at