Loreal Pure Clay Masks Review

About Loreal Pure Clay Masks

Loreal Paris has released a new range of Pure Clay Masks that are designed to transform your skin in only 10-15 minutes.  The range includes three different Clay Masks: “Detox + Brighten with Charcoal”, “Purify + Mattify with Eucalyptus” and “Exfoliate + Smooth with Red Algae”.  The clay masks are packaged in a small glass container with a twist off plastic lid.  For $19.99 (and even cheaper most of the time) you receive 50ml of the product.

The Clay Masks are to be applied to dry, cleansed skin between 2-3 times a week.  Furthermore, Loreal also suggests to multi-mask to treat the different problematic areas of your face.

Purifying + Mattifying Mask with Eucalyptus Review

Loreal claims: “Discover your Purifying & Mattifying Mask: skin is matte, clearer and smoother. With the unique cleansing properties of Eucalyptus extract, this formula reveals a refreshed, brighter complexion.
On cleansed skin: use 2-3 times per week by applying a thin layer over the entire face”

This was the first mask out of the three to catch my attention.  As I have oily areas of my skin, I figured this was definitely worth a try.  The mask itself is very easy to use.  It is thick in texture and feels very cooling on the face.  After cleansing my face, I applied it to dry skin and I left the mask on for 15 minutes until I washed it off with water.  As the mask was setting, I did notice a pulling feeling on my skin, and more so on days when my face was more oily than usual.

After washing the clay off, my face did turn red in the areas that I applied the mask.  However my face did not feel irritated and I was pleasantly surprised with how soft my skin felt.  My skin definitely looked shine free which I was also pleasantly happy with.  I found that the Eucalyptus mask was able keep my oily skin under control at first but it did not keep it at bay until the next recommended day to use.

My thoughts:

I do feel like these are great masks, but it would be better if you could use it on a daily basis.  For the price, I think that it is great value and I love that it is easily accessible from many local stores.  I purchased mine over one month ago and still have 3/4 left in the jar.  If you have oily skin, I would still recommend this product.  It is very affordable in comparison to other clay masks on the market and I love the option of multi-masking the different clays.

If you live in Australia, you can purchase the Pure Clay Masks from Priceline and Chemist Warehouse.

What are your thoughts on the Loreal Pure Clay Masks? Have you tried for yourself?  Let me know what you think by commenting below.

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