23/04/2013

Super Facialist Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask



Super Facialist Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask: £8.99*

DEEP DETOX

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?

24 comments so far.

24 responses to “Super Facialist Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask”

  1. Levi (tlnique) says:

    Sounds really nice, great post! 🙂

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  2. Hollie says:

    I like the sound of avocado oil in it! ^_^
    Random Beauty by Hollie

  3. Junjun says:

    Oh wow, it sounds amazing! o:
    I'm definitely going to give this a try after I go through my current clay masks (too many right now D': ). Thank you so much for sharing~

  4. Gem | Miss Makeup Magpie ♥ says:

    I have very dry skin so I don't think this would be good for me, but it sounds so good xx
    Gemma ♥ | Miss Makeup Magpie

  5. FASHIONCONTAINER says:

    Nice post!

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  6. Looks like a great mask! I have been loving Origins Masks lately! I will look into this one!
    *Besos*
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  7. Denisa says:

    Nice post Would you like to follow each other via bloglovin? Have a nice day.

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  8. Sony says:

    So cool blog!
    and amazing you!
    🙂
    Sonja

  9. Estefanía Ainoza says:

    Really nice!!! I love it!!!

  10. Niña Alvia says:

    Seems nice 🙂

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  11. Sarah says:

    Hi Nicol,

    Nope never tried it, but I'll give it a go thanks to your review.

    Keep up the great work sweetie,

    I adore your blog.

    xx

  12. Diana says:

    Another thing that I want from my mom XD
    God, the poor woman is going to kill me, I have at least 5 or 6 item from the UK/boots for her to get me xD
    kisuu*

  13. Reika Amakura says:

    Wow! I love clay masks! I wanna try this one!

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