Get your mask on

Check out the hottest pink clay masks on the mar­ket.

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - STYLE -

IF you have any kind of so­cial me­dia, chances are that you have scrolled past an ad for a pink clay mask in the past few months: the col­or­ful skin­care treats have be­come some­thing of a beauty trend of late, and one that shows no signs of slow­ing down. Here are five to test out this year. – AFP Re­laxnews

Her­bi­vore Botan­i­cals

Draw out im­pu­ri­ties and ex­fo­li­ate your com­plex­ion at the same time with Her­bi­vore Botan­i­cals’ pink clay mask, which con­tains French pink clay and or­ganic rose­hip pow­der to soften and soothe the skin.

Dior Hy­dra Life

Dior Beauty’s ver­sion of the mask goes on as clay and then turns into an im­pu­rity re­mov­ing foam upon con­tact with wa­ter. It is en­riched with Jo­joba ex­tracts and aims to min­imise the ap­pear­ance of pores in just three min­utes.

Sand & Sky

Sand & Sky’s Aus­tralian Pink Clay mask claims to elim­i­nate tox­ins at the same time as stim­u­lat­ing col­la­gen, for a nat­u­rally glow­ing and healthy-look­ing com­plex­ion. What’s more; it comes with its own minia­ture brush for a mess-free ap­pli­ca­tion.

Gen­er­a­tion Clay

Not only does Gen­er­a­tion Clay’s Ur­ban De­fence Mask claim to pu­rify the com­plex­ion and re­duce the ap­pear­ance of pores; it also con­tains aloe vera to calm any red­ness, and kakadu plum to pro­tect against free rad­i­cals.

Milk Makeup

Milk Makeup’s brand new Wa­ter­melon Bright­en­ing Face Mask comes in tube pack­ag­ing, mean­ing it can be rolled onto the skin with­out mak­ing the mess of­ten as­so­ci­ated with tra­di­tional clay masks. The ad­di­tion of wa­ter­melon fruit ex­tract is de­signed to leave the skin feel­ing soft and hy­drated.

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