Why our exfoliants and masks are in dry powder form

Why our exfoliants and masks are in dry powder form

You may have noticed that quite a few of our Goodies arrive at your door in a dry-powder state, such as UnMask, Bright Face Polish or CQ10.

Why is this, you may wonder? Why should we choose to keep the ingredients dry, as opposed to a paste or liquid form?

Even though they're quite traditional and straightforward, exfoliating face powders—totally dry scrubbing particles—are the newest craze to adorn bathroom basins and beauty stores. They're frequently made of food-grade substances like oats, turmeric, and rice powder.

Since they aren't manufactured with water, they won't require any preservatives and will stay fresh for a lot longer.

Exfoliating powders are activated with water and turn into a paste or foam, most have gentle, non-abrasive exfoliating capabilities thanks to organically derived ingredients like rice bran, oats, and adzuki beans, making them ideal for people with sensitive skin.

According to board-certified dermatologist Dr. Ranella Hirsch of Boston, the best thing about cleansing powders is that they can be completely customized. Hirsch says, "You have control over the final texture."

Adjust the amount of water you add while rubbing your hands together with a coin-sized amount of powder to achieve the ideal low-foaming lather. You only need a small amount of liquid for a thorough exfoliation. If you want a gentler clean, use extra water.


What is it? The process of eliminating accumulated skin debris and dead skin cells from the epidermis, the top layer of skin.

You can exfoliate using a chemical or physical method to remove the old cells (more on that in a moment). Preventing clogging, this keeps the pores clean and reveals the younger, healthier skin beneath.

Exfoliation helps your skin's natural cell regeneration process. The lowest layer of the epidermis is where this process begins, where new cells are "born." The further layers of the epidermis are traversed by these young, springy cells until they reach the skin's surface.

As they reach this point and settle down, the cells that were once young and bouncy are now dry, dead, and flaky.


Chemical Exfoliation

Another type of face exfoliation is chemical exfoliants, which can be further broken down into AHAs (alpha-hydroxy acids), BHAs (beta hydroxy acids), and fruit enzymes.

The phrase "acid" should not terrify you; these substances can really be highly beneficial for your skin. Instead of relying on a mechanical action to remove dead skin cells from your face, acids help them loosen and slough off the skin by dissolving the "glue" that binds them together.


Products to use


  1. Bright Skin \ Face Polish Powder

Polish and cleanse your skin with this gentle exfoliating mask. Get ready to meet the kindest face ever.

This ULTRA-fine polishing powder is applied as a mask to rejuvenate your face and leave your skin feeling clear and brand-new. It then gently scrubs the contaminants away.

promotes cellular regeneration and the production of collagen. Natural alpha hydroxy acids work by removing dead skin cells and cleaning debris from the pores to refine the appearance of the skin, lessen the frequency and severity of breakouts, and encourage younger, regenerated skin.


Physical Exfoliation

Examples of physical exfoliating products include items with minute particles like sugar granules, jojoba beads, or coffee. You must vigorously rub the lotion into the skin for the particles to begin working and buff away dead skin.

Additional examples of physical exfoliation include microdermabrasion procedures and any washcloth or face mitt with a rough surface that wipes away dirt and dead skin.

In exfoliating face washes, for example, stay away from abrasive ingredients unless they are very finely powdered, such as crushed fruit pits and nutshells. A "microtear" in the skin caused by larger particles can be exceedingly abrasive and damage the skin barrier.


Products to use


  1. Unmask \ Detoxifying Superfood Mask

A nourishing, hydrating, and gentle exfoliating mask is created for dry and sensitive skin. You can rejuvenate your face in under ten minutes. 

It's time to take off the mask to show your new skin. By blending a blend of strong, organic, raw superfoods with Australian Kaolin and Bentonite clay, this mask eliminates impurities from the face and replaces them with a specific mixture of nourishing skin-improving raw nutrients. 

Substantially improves the overall tone and texture of the skin. gives the skin a rich, healthy shine and helps the underlying layer to firm and plump. 

As it is removed, it gently exfoliates and resurfaces the skin, minimizing the appearance of age spots and fostering a more even complexion.

  1. Nourishing Plus - 4-step routine

This routine combines our wonderful Nourishing Trio with Unmask, a highly nourishing superfoods mask that also gently exfoliates, so get ready for PURE luxury. A minimum of 8 weeks can be spent using the product.



Why is it important to exfoliate?

You may already be aware that exfoliating your skin gives it a healthy shine and makes it seem nicer, but you may not be aware of the other benefits it has for your skin's health. Our skin cells renew every day, and the cells that make up its outer layers perish as new ones take their place. 

The skin on your body is continually changing and regenerating. As a result, your body may end up covered in many layers of dead skin.


Reasons to Exfoliate Your Skin

The skin on your body is continually changing and regenerating. As a result, your body may end up covered in many layers of dead skin. Exfoliation can help unclog blocked pores, which frequently cause breakouts in people with acne-prone skin, and reduce their size. Additionally, by speeding skin cell turnover and promoting collagen formation, it helps hasten the fading of acne scars.

These are the top 5 advantages of exfoliation, which helps to promote clearer, smoother skin:
  1. It diminishes wrinkles
  2. It lessens the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
  3. Better moisturizer, antioxidant, and collagen-boosting serum absorption is made possible by it.
  4. It cleans out your pores.
  5. Pore size and superficial scars are reduced.


Benefits of using a dry powder exfoliant or mask

No preservatives are needed

Without the addition of water, the ingredients are going to stay fresh for much longer, and are much less susceptible to bacteria growth in a dry environment.

Preservatives or emulsifiers, such as alcohol or parabens, are simply no good when it comes to your skin - they can block pores, cause excess dryness and irritation, and build up over time.

Ingredients stay active

Without the addition of any liquid, active ingredients in the dry powder remain stable and powerful right up to the moment you use them, delivering the maximum level of effectiveness.

A little goes a long way

Did you know that many skincare products contain up to 70% water? Without this water content, you will find that a much smaller amount of product is all that’s needed to do the job. You can also customise the consistency of your exfoliant or mask, depending if you prefer a thick or thin paste. Plus, we can package the powder in sustainable glass and tin containers, no tubes or plastics are needed!

How to use an exfoliating powder

After knowing the benefits of using a dry powder exfoliating mask, here’s how you can apply them:

The good news is that activating the powders just requires a small area close to your sink and no special equipment or substances.


  1. Add water 

Put a dime-sized amount of dry powder in your hand's palm. Simply add water to a teaspoon or two in your hand or a tiny plate, Brady advises. "Add a little bit of water at a time until you get a paste, and then you may softly buff with that paste."

Pro Tip: Adding a small amount of your regular liquid cleanser will increase exfoliation.

  1. Apply to your face 

Apply to your face in circular strokes, taking care to keep the delicate eye area out of the way.


  1. Make your scrubs unique 

You can adjust your powder exfoliant for the perfect grit and texture and even a food product - such as antibacterial honey may be used as a mixing element. 

  1. Rinse gently with water and pat skin dry

How Often Should You Exfoliate?



You should exfoliate your face approximately two to three times a week. That's the solution to our million-dollar question. You may have heard only once a week, but physicians advise that for most skin types, it's not enough. (An chemical exfoliant two to three evenings a week, plus a weekly mask or peel is a wonderful routine to aspire for.) Smooth, glowing skin might be attained by encouraging that extra, dull layer of skin cells to depart two to three times a week. Each person has unique skin, so you might need to experiment with a few items before you find an effective exfoliation routine.

Precautions to follow when exfoliating

Although there are countless advantages to exfoliating the skin, as you now know, there are some safety measures we should all follow. Dr. Magovern summarized some key pointers for exfoliating:

  1. We don’t recommend using an exfoliant with large particles, like beads or grains - these can be way too harsh on your skin and even cause tears in otherwise healthy skin!
  2. If your skin is becoming dry and irritated, avoid using a chemical exfoliant too regularly.
  3. Use warm water whenever possible because hot water can strip the skin of its natural oils and cause dry, itchy skin.
  4. After exfoliating, moisten your skin with a rich hydrator and a serum.

Why dry powder exfoliants might be the answer to your skincare goals?

Unlike many of the gels, lotions, and sprays your medicine cabinet has gone through, powder masks have endured the test of time within the cosmetic community. Fundamentally, powder masks are composed of dry ingredients, usually with some kind of clay basis. No preservatives, fillers, or useless ingredients are present in the ingredient list thanks to the waterless composition.

Additionally, powder masks can be tailored to your precise demands and have a transformational effect. In Morelli's opinion, powder masks don't always need to be diluted with water. Rather, when mixing your mask, she strives for the best spreadability.




Exfoliants come in a range of shapes and textures from enzyme peels and spa treatments to exfoliating cleansers and scrubs. One of our all-time favorite products is the exfoliant in powder form. These incredibly thin powders softly exfoliate the skin and eliminate impurities to reveal a flawless complexion. For centuries, people have used them to moisturize, smooth, and brighten skin.

It is an essential step in your skincare routine, and you should include it correctly, taking into account your skin's demands and type. Because they don't include preservatives, the ingredients in our powder form exfoliation masks at Goodieco can continue to work on your face over time, and despite their small size, we are confident that they will meet all of your skincare requirements. You can select between chemical and physical exfoliations depending on whatever is best for your skin. We have a number of products that may be used for chemical or physical exfoliation, but always remember to exfoliate properly and steer clear of over-exfoliating as it can damage your skin. Instead, adhere to the usage