L'Oréal Paris Pure Clay Masks Review


I'm one of those people where if I see a face mask or three that claims to detox your face, I'll go ahead and buy the full range. That's what happened here. I saw the L'Oréal Paris Pure Clay range on Boots.com and bought them all immediately. They're £7.99 each and each mask has a different purpose, meaning you can wear all three masks on different areas of your face for a full faced pamper session. The masks are Detox (detoxifies and clarifies), Purity (purifies and mattifies) and Glow (brightens and exfoliates). The packaging contains 50ml of product which claims to have 10 applications but depending on where you use the mask, you should get more applications out of it. The Pure Clay range is made up of three powerful clays (Koalin, Montmorillonite and Ghassoul) to remove impurities and allow your skin to breathe.


The Detox mask was created to make your skin look it's purest and cleanest, as the black charcoal in this mask acts like a magnet to draw out impurities. It aims to go deep into the pores and detoxify the skin's surface by bringing out any dirt left on the skin and really cleanse the skin. I've been trying this out for the past few months and think I enjoy this mask the most, since it also dries out spots and prevents new pimples forming and after each application I feel more confident in my skin. When this runs out I'm definitely repurchasing it as it's everything you need in a face mask if you have troubled skin, all for under £10.


The Purity mask is enriched with Eucalyptus extract that's known for its purifying properties, and the creamy texture works deep into the pores to also draw out impurities, leaving your skin feeling revitalised and refreshed. Once you've washed it off, your skin feels so smoothe and because of the extract in this mask, it honestly feels like you've had a spa treatment as your pores feel unclogged. You end up with your face looking mattified but it doesn't dry the skin out, as with having combination skin it did concern me that it would dry it out and my face would product excess oil. My face was baby soft and I think I'll pick up another pot once this one runs out.

The Brightening mask is enriched with Red Algae that's naturally known for its brightening properties, with finely milled apricot seeds to gently exfoliate dull and uneven skin. The purpose of this mask is that once you've washed it off, your skin should reveal it's natural glow and I think it's best applied to your cheeks, as the other two masks work best on your t-zone. My skin did look a bit brighter but this is my least favourite out of the bunch which I expected, since I needed the other two masks to target my problem areas more. If you have clear skin, I think the Glow mask would be best suited to you, but with having combination skin with spots mostly around my chin area, the Detox and Purity masks work better for me here.

Overall I really enjoyed using these masks and will definitely pick them up again once I've ran out. They work a lot better than other face masks I've used, but I do wish in the future they would bring out larger pots to ensure you have plenty more applications. Since they aren't packaged in a tube, you can get out every last bit of the masks which is great since I hate wasting product due to poor packaging.


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