Super Facialist Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask
23 April 2013
I haven't been doing masks for properly for months purely because of laziness and don't have time to wait 20 minutes average nowadays, however this has become a new staple in my skin care routine. It is a grey, with a green tinge, cream with a thick yet light texture. It is thinner compared to other clay masks I own. It actually smells nice. The scent isn't superior. Product is jam packed with Salicylic Acid, Dead Sea Mud, Avocado Oil and Vitamins A, D and E.
It has a tingling, cool feeling when applied on cleansed skin, nothing uncomfortable. Applies smoothly and it works instantly. You only leave this on for 5 minutes and over time, it'll start to dry up and tighten where some of the product turns clear-ish. It doesn't crack after 5 minutes. I swear you can see some tiny dark spots on the mask where the excess oils and dirt have been drawn out of the pores or I'm just imagining things. If I has to use this in the shower, I would leave it on longer but stick to the recommended time as stated if used in a non steamy environment.
It washes off easily with warm water or warm water on a flannel, leaving my skin feeling soft, refreshed, deep cleaned, detoxed and clarified. I can see this product help spots too as it pulls the impurities from deep within. It has helped a little bit with blackheads but nothing dramatic.
This isn't drying whatsoever as it does have avocado oil but if you have dry and sensitive skin, I don't recommend this. Wouldn't say it's very hydrating. I would purchase this for £8.99. Worth it. It is available online and at Boots.
Have you tried this mask or any products from this brand?
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