Ever since the L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay masks have launched, there has been a lot hype surrounding them. Everyone from In The Frow to Fleur De Force have raved about the clay masks and the opportunity they present to create multi masking. If you don’t know about multi masking, it is simply the ability to use different masks on your face at the same time to tackle specific issues on different parts of your face. L’Oreal Paris launched three Pure Clay Masks:
The two masks that i have been using are the Purity and the Detox mask as i felt that these would be best for my skin type. Purity promised a mask high in minerals which would help purify the skin and leave my face matt. The Detox mask promised to absorb impurities and excess oil on your face. The Glow mask promised to help eliminate imperfections but this is one i did not try.
My skin has been very much along the lines of combination skin, ever since i have been on roaccutane for my acne. I have been quite careful about not using any excessively exfoliating face scrubs and masks whilst being on the treatment to prevent my skin from becoming aggravated. I applied the detox mask along my T zone and then applied the purity mask all over where i had not applied the detox mask. I could immediately feel the detox mask get to work and the purity mask softened my dehydrated cheeks and temple. Once i removed the masks after 25 minutes, my skin felt refreshed, looked brighter and revived. I will definitely continue to use these masks as part of my Sunday facial routine as they really do make a difference and are a great alternative sheet masks.
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