Hi there! Today’s post is about this L’Oréal Pure Clay Multi-Masking Play Kit which contains 3 10ml face masks – L’Oréal Pure Clay Detox Face Mask, L’Oréal Pure Clay Purity Face Mask, and L’Oréal Pure Clay Glow Face Mask. I paid £3.50 for this set.
The first mask I tried from the set was L’Oréal Pure Clay Detox Face Mask which contains 3 pure clays and charcoal. According to L’Oréal, the mask acts like a magnet that draws out impurities. Sounds promising!
I’ve given this mask a try, and I think it’s good. I didn’t care for the masculine fragrance, but I was happy with the mask’s skin cleansing powers. My skin felt a bit dry afterwards, but that was OK because that’s how I knew the mask worked. The dryness was easy to combat with a bit of face mist, serum and moisturiser.
Onto L’Oréal Pure Clay Glow Face Mask with 3 pure clays and red algae. This mask promises to exfoliate and to brighten the skin.
Unfortunately, this mask contains ground apricot pits. This stuff is too harsh for facial skin! If I had looked at the ingredients first, I wouldn’t have used the mask. I also don’t think that it was brightening. The only good thing about this mask was the pleasant fragrance.
The last mask I tried was L’Oréal Pure Clay Purity Face Mask with 3 pure clays and eucalyptus. This mask claims to give pores a deep, purifying cleanse for a matte look – all without drying out the skin.
This is another mask that’s good but not great. Whilst I agree that the mask felt clarifying, it also felt like it left a dry film on my skin. I guess this one’s probably more suited for oily skin types.
If you’re interested, L’Oréal Pure Clay Detox Face Mask, L’Oréal Pure Clay Purity Face Mask, and L’Oréal Pure Clay Glow Face Mask are available as 50ml each for £7.99 each. I’m glad I was able to try these masks, but I won’t buy any of the full sizes because there are better masks for less money out there.
Mrs Strawberry Blonde