Sunday, 20 November 2016

L'Oreal Pure Clay Face Masks

Face masks are a favourite of mine when it comes to my skincare routine. Every other weekend you're likely going to see me walking around with my face in a different colour and pulling faces while it drys pretending to be The Hulk, so the more colourful the better. I had the opportunity to try the new L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks recently and one I've been intrigued to try.

L'Oreal's Pure Clay collection is a little bit different to most masks because they have created three different types aimed at various skin problems so there is something for everyone. They are the first face masks produced by L'Oreal and for a first go of the product, they've released a blinder to suit males and females alike.

Pure Clay Purity Mask
The Pure Clay Purity Mask has a creamy texture to it with Eucalyptus extract which is what helps purify your skin is intended to work into your pores providing with a refreshed and revitalised feeling. It leaves a matte finish that doesn't dry out your face, meaning it is great for anyone who suffers from dry skin in the winter months. 

Pure Clay Detox Mask
The Pure Clay Detox Mask also has a creamy texture to it and contains Charcoal which acts to extract the impurities in your pores, while giving it the cleanse that your face needs from time to time. The Charcoal also works as a facial detox, working into the skin to give a fresh and cleansed look to the surface of your skin.

Pure Clay Glow Mask
Finally you have the Pure Clay Glow Mask which contains Red Algae extracts and milled Apricot seeds. It is the Glow Mask that acts works to exfoliate your skin to remove any old, dull and uneven skin and provide an extra added boost you your natural skin tone. Like the Purity Mask, the Glow mask doesn't dry out your skin, meaning that it is a perfect product during the winter. 

I absolutely loved using the Pure Clay mask's, not only have they made my skin feel brighter and more refreshed, but also they are so much fun due to the combinations of colour you can have (I went with The Warriors look above). They are definitely masks that I would feel comfortable using on a regular basis. 

Have you tried the L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks and if so what is your opinion? 

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