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Tuesday, 3 September 2013

Clayspray Pore Refining Mask.





I was kindly sent a sample of Clayspray a few weeks back. I love a good face mask so I was very excited to give this one a whirl. The mask isn't made for dry skin so although mine is still very dry I am producing oil again so I though I would give it a go. Clayspray is a pore refining mask which uses white clay, it was a lot different to any other clay mask I've tried. The mask is much thicker that I imagined and you can actually feel it tightening your face - this was something I'd not experienced with other clay masks and it's a very strange but nice feeling.

I only applied the mask to the areas I thought my pores needed it most, so I avoided my chin and the majority of my cheeks and focused on my T-Zone. It was very therapeutic removing the mask and letting your face be 'released' from the tightness. It was also nice to see that my pores appeared more 'toned' and less visible. My skin also felt super soft and 'awake' after using the mask.

The mask is very technical it's self and has anti-aging properties as well as being aimed to de-clog pores. The clay uses silica to boost collagen and elasticity in your skin, and also uses calcium and potassium to promote healthy cells and cell turnover - very scientific!

The only thing I would change about this product is the packaging, although I think the packaging is to do with the name 'spray'?! The only reason I say this is, I found I got too much out every time I pumped the nozzle and unfortunately ended up wasting some. I think it would be better suited for me in a pot, rather than bottle. Having said that, I can see immediate results from this mask and get on with it much more than others I've tried so I can probably move past the packaging!

You can find out more about this product here. Clayspray also do hair and body care too - I think I need to add some more goodies to my wishlist. This mask I tried retails at £45 for 125ml, I think you would get at least 10-20 mask from this.

Katie xx



3 comments:

  1. I have heard so many good thing about this, I am almost too scared to buy it incase it doesn't live up to my expectations! Great review though, you may have just persuaded me!

    Belle x
    Mascara & Maltesers

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  2. This product looks great but super pricey!

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