L'Oréal Pure Clay Glow Mask Review

I was lucky enough for Christmas to get my hands one of the L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks. I opted for the glow mask for two reasons one I want to have nice bright non-tired skin and two out of the three this one smelled the nicest!

The box states that three pure clays have been combined with Red Algae extract which is known for its brightening properties. It says 'the beaded, creamy texture illuminates tone by exfoliating the skin's surface without drying it out.' 

The three clays included in this mask are:

1. Koalin - which is known to absorb impurities and excess sebum.

2. Montmorillonite - which helps to eliminate imperfections.

3. Ghassoul - which helps to clarify complexion.

I'm always sceptical about new products with grand claims, but I have heard really good things about these facemasks.

I love a good facemask so finding a new one that could possibly work wonders with my skin is always a plus.

This product applies really easily and is thick in consistency. As with most facemasks you just apply a thin layer over the face avoiding the eyes and lips. Leave to dry for 5-10 minutes and then remove with warm water.

Sadly I have no awful face mask selfie photos to share with you but I have tried this a few times now and thought I would give you my verdict.

Honestly this face mask is amazing it leaves my skin soft and looking refreshed and that was just with one use I noticed a difference.

This mask really does what it says on the tin (or box as the case may be).

There are 3 different masks in the clay range and you can check them out here. 

Please note this is my personal opinion and I am in no way affiliated with L'Oreal and I have not been paid to do this post.

At £6 each these are a steal and if you love a good face mask as well you need to get your hands on one of these!

Thanks for Reading! 

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