[REVIEW] L’Oreal Pure Clay Purity Mask

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Most of you may be aware, but a few months ago L’Oreal released these clay masks that all target different things. I had been meaning to pick them up for quite sometime, but never got round to getting, until now. I picked the purity mask because it’s targeted for people with oily skin and as we all know by now I have got pretty oily and problematic skin. I actually didn’t pick this up in Boots like I normally do, I got it on Rollback in Asda of all places and I’m not complaining. The regular price of this is £7.99 I believe.

I’m really impressed with the quality of the packaging because the pot is made with a thick heavy glass, so not very travel friendly unfortunately. The colour of the lid is a minty green that corresponds to the colour of the mask inside. I don’t know if all the lids for the masks are the same or if they do in fact match the mask that’s inside. As for the quantity, I think you could easily get 10 uses out of the pot depending on how generous you are when applying. When using this mask I do find that it draws out the natural oils in my skin leaving it nice and matte once it’s washed. I haven’t noticed the biggest impact in my complexion though sadly.

Overall, I do like the feeling that it has when it’s on my face and just after because it make my skin soft, supple and matte. I don’t think it actually does that much, but I’ll keep using and keep you guys updated. I am still interested in trying some of the others because there is a possibility that maybe this is the wrong one for me, but I know I definitely want to try the Blemish one next. With skincare I always find it difficult to review because everyones skin is so different, which is why I would love to know your thoughts on the product and if you have any recommendations.

Thanks for reading and if you enjoyed or found this somewhat helpful then please give it a like, leave a comment or share it because it’s always appreciated. Thanks again guys and I’ll speak to you soon.

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