Loreal Pure Clay Glow Mask Review
Pure Clay Glow Mask
As mentioned in a few of my previous posts I have really been enjoying trying out new skincare bits recently, especially specialised treatments like serums and masks. Therefore, whenever a drugstore brand releases a new skincare product I am more than keen to get my hands on them. This week, one release which caught my eye was Loreal’s range of Pure Clay masks. The range consists of three masks, which each perform various tasks. The “Purity Mask” is said to deeply purify and mattify skin. The “Detox Mask” , is said to cleanse and clarify and lastly the “Glow Mask” brightens and exfoliates. The latter of which really intrigued me, I’m all about those glowy skin vibes! Whilst visiting my local boots I just managed to get my hands on the last “Glow Mask” on the shelf whilst the other two had completely sold out, which made me all the more excited to finally try it for myself !
Immediately – Skin is softer, smoother, and brighter.
Use for one week – Pores feel tighter, skin texture is refined.
Use after use – Skin is visibly transformed, with an even healthy glow.
I expected the formula of the mask to be quite similar to some of the Lush fresh face masks, however I was quite surprised to find that it was a lot thinner in consistency which made for a super easy application, I also feel that the thinner formula means that you will get more uses out of the product, making it great value for money! Upon removal, the gritty particles within the mask acted as an exfoliator which I guess is how the mask brightens the skin , however, I did find it to be quite abrasive, unlike most skin exfoliators which tend to be a little more gentle. I would therefore recommend that you use this once a fortnight at the most.
However, with this being said, the mask did leave my skin feeling smooth and brightened just as it claims. I was really impressed with the way that my skin maintained moisture after applying as some clay based masks tend to dry out the skin. I would say that the product is quite similar to Liz Earle’s brightening white clay mask, and could act as a great less expensive alternative! Overall I would definitely recommend the mask and am intrigued to try the others in the range!