L’OREAL PARIS PURE CLAY MASK REVIEW
You may be noticing some growing hype around these 3 L’Oréal Paris Pure Clay masks. They’ve been making the rounds in the skincare scenes.
The masks are very easily accessible and can be purchased at a number of places. Some vendors that I have found in Australia include bigger type chemists, some of the grocery stores, beauty stores and of course online. One of the biggest pros of these masks are they are SUPER affordable! Plus they work!
L’ORÉAL MULTI-MASKING OPTIONS
⭐The trio can be used individually as one mask for your whole face or you can multi-mask if you are so adventurous! From the packaging you can see what the three different masks do. They come in a thick glass jar with a cute square lid.
APPLICATION & REMOVAL
⭐All the masks are clay masks but very easy to apply.
⭐Removing the masks is where it requires a little extra elbow grease. I like to remove clay masks using a muslin cloth or wash it off in the shower.
PURIFYING & MATTIFYING EUCALYPTUS MASK
Purpose - This mask feels so nice on my skin and leaves my skin looking mattified, smoother and clearer.
Ingredient - The star ingredient of this mask is eucalyptus. The eucalyptus formula works its way deep into the pores to absorb impurities and excess oil.
Application - If you multi-mask this is ideal for your T zone as those are usually the oilier sections of most people’s skin. I am oily everywhere so I’m a fan of this mask all over my face.
Experience - The texture to this mask is the creamiest of the three. It has a beautiful fresh and clean scent to it. It’s not a chemical type of scent, it’s more of a natural scent and is pretty soothing experience.
EXFOLIATING & SMOOTHING RED ALGAE MASK
⭐The Red Algae mask is my favourite of the three. It may be the exfoliation of the mask that I love, which is odd because I try to avoid manual exfoliation products.
Purpose - The Red Algae mask is designed to tighten pores and exfoliate. It contains milled apricot seeds that exfoliates my skin and helps to reveal my skin’s glow.
Ingredient - The star ingredient in this mask is red algae, which helps with antioxidants and texture.
Application - Due to the exfoliation benefits of this mask you can apply this mask to rough areas such as the cheeks or forehead.
Experience - This mask goes on super smooth and feels great when I apply it on my face. This mask has a delightful scent. It may have an added fragrance to it but I didn’t find it overpowering.
I love how this exfoliates my skin leaving it feel super soft after use. It dries like all the previous clay masks I’ve used but when I wash it off I can feel the grittiness of the mask. It’s very gentle and doesn’t leave my skin irritated.
DETOXIFYING & BRIGHTENING CHARCOAL MASK
⭐This mask is probably the best suited to my skin on paper because it contains charcoal.
Purpose – This mask is aimed to detoxify, deep clean the skin of impurities and brighten the skin.
Ingredient - Charcoal acts as a magnet for impurities, dirt and all the nasties that my skin builds up from just daily wear and tear.
Application - The tip L’Oréal gives is to use Charcoal mask on dull areas such as the cheeks or chin. Those areas are usually the hang outs for skin’s impurities but they aren’t prepared for charcoal to come in and save the day!
Experience - The texture is very thick and creamy; I was expecting it to be a bit rough and hard to spread so it was a nice surprise to get the opposite. The scent is actually very pleasant, similar to the Red Algae mask. The charcoal works deep into my pores, leaving my skin detoxified and brightened.
WOULD I REPURCHASE?
😍Absolutely, in a heartbeat! These masks are super affordable and they work!