Sunday, November 2, 2014

Clarins Pure and Radiant Mask with Pink Clay: Review

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Clarins Pure and Radiant Mask with Pink Clay: Review
As you might already know, I have oily skin and when it comes to skincare I always try to find products that are specifically designed for oily skin. So I was very curious to try the Clarins Pure and Radiant Mask ($31 CAD) with Pink Clay from the brand's Truly Matte Collection, designed to mattify and rebalance combination and oily skin. To read more, click.......
Clarins Pure and Radiant Mask with Pink Clay: Review
Packaging:
The Pure and Radiant Mask with Pink Clay comes in a simple squeeze tube with a small nozzle. I kinda wish the nozzle was bigger so the product dispenses more quickly but I guess this way you can easily control how much comes out without wasting any products.

Formulation:
Made with pink clay (which surprisingly doesn't make the mask pink) and alpine willow herb, the product promises to tighten and cleanse pores, leaving the skin with a nice and refreshing matte feeling. Although this is formulated with clay, the mask doesn't actually harden completely so it won't dry out the skin too much. It gives a very slight tingly sensation so if you like super strong and tingly face masks, this one might be too weak. The mask leaves my skin feeling ultra soft and clean, I didn't notice any delay in shine but I still like it as regular pampering mask.
Clarins Pure and Radiant Mask with Pink Clay: Review
Overall:
This one didn't quite wow but it still makes a great mask and because it's super gentle and non-stinging, it's perfect for those with sensitive skin as well!

Availability:
Clarins is available online and in stores at The Bay and Shoppers Drug Mart.
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