I hope you all had a lovely weekend.
Today I want to talk about face masks, the Anjou Dead Sea Mud Mask to be exact.
I received this a couple of weeks ago and have been using it regularly, and it really is one of the nicest masks I’ve used in awhile.
Let’s start with the packaging.this is in a large gray plastic pot that has a bit of a muted silvery glow to it. Of my favorite parts of the packaging of this is the lid, it completely mirrored, so in theory, you could apply this looking just in the lid(not that you’d need to but you could).
This has a lot more product than I expected, I just imagined that it would be in a pot sized similarly to the L’Oreal Pure Clay Masks but it’s a good deal bigger, and it is filled right to the top weighing in at 17oz ( 500 ml).
Now to the mask itself is, of course, is the must important thing. And this one surpassed my expectations.
My skin has been acting really weird lately and I have been having reactions to pretty much all the masks I have tried out recently, so when started testing this one out I was feeling little apprehensive that this one would do the same. Thankfully, however, I have had no problem with irritation, I think this has to do with the soothing nature of this mask.
This mask contains dead sea mud(Maris Silt), aloe barbadensis gel, and vitamin E. It’s also cruelty-free, paraben free, and fragrance-free.
The texture is unique to any other clay mask I’ve used up to this point. it feels beautifully smooth going on the skin (it actually feels like butter), but is also lightly exfoliating when removing it.
This claims to improve skin complexion, unclogs pores, removes dirt and dead tissues, as well as cleanse your skin of toxins.
It’s also supposed to help tone and detoxify your skin to give you a younger appearance. Being all of nineteen I don’t really