100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free – Superdrug Superfruits Clay Mask

upload-1Hi there! I’ve got another face mask review for you today. So let me tell you what I think of Superdrug’s Superfruits Clay Mask.

This clay mask is like every other clay mask. You apply it, then you leave it alone so that it can dry (this takes about 20 minutes), and then you rinse it off.

And what’s special about this mask? The fragrance! This mask contains goji berry, pomegranate and acai berry extracts (and natural clay and sea salt) which are said to have anti-oxidant properties.

Whilst I can hardly comment on any anti-oxidant benefits (How could I?), I must say that this mask smells simply fantastic! I love it!

Yes, the mask also feels cleansing and purifying – but I think it’s fair to say that almost every other clay mask out there does the same. However, the fragrance makes this mask particularly delightful!

A word of warning though – my husband said the mask felt ‘hot’ (not warm, but also not burning – just ‘hot’) on his skin for about a minute, but it was perfectly fine after that. He didn’t experience any redness or any other issues, but I think I should mention it anyway. I didn’t have any problems with this mask at all – even though I’m the one who has sensitive and moody skin! 🙂

Based on my experience I would recommend this face mask. It’s 99p at Superdrug, although Superdrug runs promotions (it’s usually 3 for 2 or Buy 1 get 2nd half price) all the time. In addition, this mask carries the Leaping Bunny logo. It’s certified cruelty-free and it’s suitable for vegans!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

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100% Vegan & Cruelty-Free – Superdrug Dead Sea Purifying Clay Mask

Superdrug Dead Sea Purifying Clay MaskHi there! Today’s post is about Superdrug’s Dead Sea Purifying Clay Mask.

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!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde