As suggested I applied a thin amount of the mask to my face and was pleasantly surprised at how far this mask went, meaning even though it seems like a small pot it will offer quite a few applications. I found applying with a brush was the best way to apply this thinly but you could easily apply with your fingers. Thankfully this isn't at all messy to apply, so much so I'd even be comfortable taking this away with me when I travel as I'd not be worried about it dribbling on a hosts carpet!
This mask is really comfortable and doesn't dry out like a lot of clay masks I've tried in the past. Instead it feels really hydrating, this is probably in part due to the added nourishing ingredients like Shea Butter, Argan Oil and Olive Oil. My skin has become really sensitive in recent years and my skin was absolutely fine with this, not only was it comfortable but didn't leave my skin red afterwards.
Once the ten minutes was up, I massaged the mask on my face with circular motions for a little added exfoliation due to the crushed walnut shells. These are crushed really finely so the exfoliation is mild and should also be ok for those with sensitive skin like mine.