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3 Clay Masks

Clay masks are a must have for people with oily skin and I am guilty of having an oily T zone. Depending on the weather to how bad it can be. 

The key to getting the most out of a clay mask is DON'T let the clay completely dry. If it does it pulls all the goodness out from your face.  You should wash your mask off just as it starts to dry. 

The 3 that I have in my Skincare stash at the moment are. 

Ren - Clarimatte Invisible Pores Detox Mask. The more expensive one. I have gone into this mask a little more detail here. This old favorite of mine is always kicking around some where in my stash. It doesn't aggravate my skin and reminds me of a spa treatment. 

Sanctuary - 5 min Thermal Detox Mask. The in between price one. If you want a heating mask this is the one for you. It's the best thermal mask I have come across to date. It does feel extremely strange when you first apply this to your skin usually I apply this on the chin and t zone to prevent the nasty blackheads showing up. 

Botanics - Shine Away Ionic Clay Mask. The pursue friendly one. Occasionally I do use this as a cleanser as well as a mask. It is a deep cleaning mask and it helps bust any potential blemishes I may have. Contains bark of a willow tree which is a natural source of salicylic acid which targets imperfections.

Do you like Clay on your face?

1 comment

  1. I have used the REN and Botanics clay masks (my favourite kind of mask!) and love them both; I used to struggle with oily skin and the shine away botanics made a noticeable difference!
    Love this post with the three different price ranges - very useful!


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