SCOOP & SPREAD
First things first, I love how you get a spatula with this! I use this to scoop and spread the mask onto my face. You only need a little bit to create a thin layer, meaning each tub will last you ages considering it is a small tub. The texture is creamy and thick but can be easily spread. There is a slight cooling feel soothing any redness I may have and the mask will feel a tad tighter as it dries as expected with clay masks but not too stiff.
Oily skin people, you will love this mask. I have used this before bed and the mask had soaked up the excess oil and exfoliated the skin, leaving me with soft, brighter, fresher look and feel after the first use without drying it. The next morning, my skin wasn’t oily for a change. I use this once a week, sometimes twice a week if I have time. I could see it bringing up any impurities, within the spots, up to the surface of the skin. This helped some spots heal quicker than usual and has helped me from future break outs. Haven’t seen any blackhead reduction yet, as well as pore sizes but my pore sizes aren’t big.
It states to roll the mask when it’s fully dried with lukewarm water but I find that messy so I had to use a face towel instead. Much easier. I wouldn’t recommend this it non oily skinned users. It would most likely irritate you. There is no scent to this if you are sensitive to heavy scents. It’s free from artificial pigments, ethanol, animal ingredients, and mineral oil.
Hopefully I can see more results in the future with this. I definitely recommend this and I would repurchase it in bulk whenever I’m next in Hong Kong. The tub I have is 100ml but there is a 200ml tub I believe. But for now, I will have to order it online somewhere.
Do you have any favourite clay masks?
哈喽！Nicol is a China based British blogger with a goal to visit all provinces in China, using this blog to document the good, the bad and the ugly of anything and everything. Currently visited 32/34.