The Purity Of Great Skin | L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Purity Face Mask

As some of you may or may not know, during the warmer months, my skin tends to get incredibly oily, which means that i’m always on the look out for something that will keep the oil at bay without completely drying out my skin. That’s why when I had heard that L’Oreal Paris had released a Pure Clay Purity Face Mask, specially formulated with three different Clays, I instantly knew that I had to check it out. Well i’ve been using it for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of it.

A square silver coloured box that has L'Oreal written in large bold Grey writing, Paris written in smaller Grey writing, and Pure Clay written in bold dark grey writing on a wooden table, on a bright background.

A picture of the L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Purity Face Mask.

Here’s what L’Oreal Paris say about their Pure Clay Purity Face Mask.

For the first time, the L’Oreal Paris laboratories have selected three pure Clays, and combined them with Eucalyptus extract known for it’s purifying properties. The creamy texture works deep into the pores, leaving skin purified and matte-looking without drying it out.

A powerful blend of three pure Clays.

  • Kaolin, 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 to help clarify complexion.

Instant and lasting visible results.

Immediately skin is fresh, clean and purified.

A square glass tub full of some bright grey coloured face mask with a bright silver coloured square lid on a wooden table, on a bright background.

A picture of the L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Purity Face Mask Tub.

It’s scent.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of it’s scent, as I thought that it had a really strange overpowering Soap scent to it, that kind of reminded me of the miniature Soaps that you get in a high end boutique hotel.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as once I had applied some to my face, I found that it instantly turned into a light and frothy foamy cream that was extremely easy to spread across my face.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had applied a thin layer to my face, it set within about a minute or two of me wearing it. I also really liked that I couldn’t actually move my face when it had eventually set, which is strangely exactly what I want when I use a Clay Face Mask.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as after I had used this, I found that my skin felt incredibly smooth, clear, and most importantly matte for ages afterwards. I also really liked that this managed to sort out a few dry patches and blemishes that I had, as with it containing so much clay, I thought that it might have made them worse.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a really high quality square glass pot, that looked beautiful sat on my beauty shelves. I also really liked it’s lid, as not only did it feel secure when I closed it, but it also had a plastic stopper inside it to make sure that none of the product escaped from it’s pot.

My overall thoughts,.

Overall I would have to rate the L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Purity Face Mask, an eight point five out of ten. I really liked it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s packaging, and it’s results, as I loved that it left my skin feeling so good. But I just didn’t like it’s scent, as when I use anything that contains Clay, I expect it to have a nice neutral or calming Oceanic fragrance to it, and this unfortunately didn’t have that.

If you would like to check out the L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Purity Face Mask for yourselves, then you can find out where to buy it from online here.

Have you tried the L’Oreal Paris Pure Clay Purity Face Mask yet? What did you think of it? What’s your favourite Face Mask? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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