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L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Glow Mask Review

Hello, my Lovelies! When the new L’Oreal Pure Clay Mask’s were launched, I was fascinated by blogger’s snapchat stories about how they worked and how you can combine all three of the range to create your perfect face mask. Personally, I thought the Glow Mask would work best for me as I love to have glowing dewy skin, but I always seemed to put off purchasing one. So when my lovely boyfriend gifted me it for my birthday, I was ecstatic!

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For the mask, L’Oreal selected three pure clays and combined them with Red Algae extract, which is known for it’s brightening properties. The powerful blend of clays include :

Koalin – A highly effective natural clay, known to absorb impurities and excess sebum.

Montmorillonite – Rich in minerals, a clay recognised for helping to eliminate imperfections.

Ghassoul – A pure clay highly concentrated in minerals renowned for helping clarify the complexion.

I also love this mask, as it is also an exfoliator with the beaded, creamy texture but it does not leave your skin feeling dry. I have been using the mask for almost 3 weeks now, and after only applying it twice a week I can see a massive difference in my skin. My pores are clearer, scars are slowly starting to find and my makeup is applying like a dream.

Overall I think this the best mask I have ever tried, whether it be from the drugstore or high-end and I will most certainly be repurchasing it when I have finished my current pot.

If you have tried out any of the other masks from the range, please let me know in a comment below!

thank-you for reading

lots of love

Hannah XOXO

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