The product claims to ‘deeply cleanse pores’ and to ‘help draw out impurities’. So I put it to the test. 🙂
This mask is a regular clay mask. I applied it to my face and let it dry for about 15 minutes. Then I washed it off with water.
I didn’t see much of a difference, but my skin felt smoother, cleaner and clearer. So yes, I believe this face mask really does something.
I also liked that this mask didn’t aggravate my skin in any way – no redness, tingling, stinging or burning.
So yeah, I did like this mask and I’ll definitely buy it again! I think I’ll pick up a few more of these face masks to use them on a weekly basis.
If you’re interested, Superdrug’s Dead Sea Purifying Clay Mask is available for 99p. But at the moment Superdrug runs a 3 for 2 promotion on selected face masks. If you want to mix and match, why not have a look at Superdrug’s Fruit Sorbet Antioxidant Peel-Off Mask too? 🙂
Another bonus: This product is suitable for vegans. And it’s BUAV-approved (it carries the Leaping Bunny logo), so it’s cruelty-free!