You Need This: We tried the cheap face mask that beauty gurus rave about

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When a beauty product becomes famous enough to achieve a cult-following, we have to take notice -- and the Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay has done just that. This face and body mask is less than $10, and there is hardly a beauty guru out there that hasn't tried it. Find out what we thought about the product in the video above and keep reading for more details on this must-have.

The Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay currently has over 18,000 reviews on Amazon and a whopping 4.4 out of 5 stars. This mask, made of 100 percent calcium bentonite clay, is a great product to test out if you are in need of some serious deep pore cleansing or healing; on the brand's website it's described as "the world's most powerful facial."

Shop: Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay, $9.99

The clay in the mask is "from Death Valley, California, where it is sun-dried for up to six months in temperatures that sometimes reach 134 degrees" and apparently does wonders for acne and blemish-prone skin. For best results, Aztec Secret recommends mixing the clay with equal parts apple cider vinegar to form a smooth paste, but water will also work.

While the mask is free of fragrances, additives and animal products, it's pretty powerful, so you'll only want to leave it on your skin for five to ten minutes. Into The Gloss editor Olivia J. Singer warns users not to use the mask more than once every two weeks (the brand says once a week is fine) due to its drying powers, but shares that "nothing unclogs my pores better or more satisfyingly." Some people even use the mask from head to toe!

If you want to try out this hero product (that's been featured everywhere from Vogue and Allure to Business Insider), you can shop it right now for just $10.

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