Monday, 13 March 2017

L'Oreal Pure Clay Detox Face Mask


High street beauty brands continuously impress me with their new launches of affordable and hard-working products; the latest from L'Oreal Paris being just one of them. I can't say that I have ever been someone who would openly go out of their way to purchase a face mask, in-fact I don't know much about skincare at all and make-up is something you'd be lucky to see me wearing once or twice a year. But this doesn't mean I won't test the waters, after-all I am prone to buy a Mac lipstick every now and again.

L'Oreal Paris' new range consists of three face masks; each designed to target specific problems we face when it comes to our skin - such as shine, congestion or just general dullness.

The Masks:
Detox - Detoxifies and Clarifies.
Glow - Brightens and Exfoliates.
Purity - Purifies and Mattifies. 

According to their website, all three masks contain three 'pure clays' which have their own skin-loving properties, giving us this idea that there really is a mask for everyone - but there is no reason not to multi-mask up and target all three issues at once. In-fact my Mum purchased the collection as a Christmas gift for me and I've been using them quite religiously ever since.

Detox is definitely my favourite from the collection - enriched with Black Charcoal, which acts like a magnet to draw our impurities (be gone spotty chin). The creamy texture of this deep cleansing face mask detoxifies the skin's surface and really works deep into the pores, leaving your face feeling and looking well cleansed and moisturized. It's the first mask of its kind and one which doesn't leave you feeling as though your skin is being pulled tight or flaking because it's too dry.

Not only this, but the packaging really does the mask justice - this and the fresh smell protruding from the box as soon as you lift it off the shelf.

Ingredients include:
Koalin -
A highly effective natural clay, known to absorb impurities and excess sebum.

Rich in minerals, a clay recognized for helping to eliminate imperfections.

A pure clay highly concentrated in minerals, renowned to help clarify complexion.

Originally the masks were priced in Superdrug at £7.99, but have since been reduced to £6 - so make sure you snap them up quickly. 

Have you tried L'Oreal Paris' new collection yet? Which were your favourite? 

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