tried & tested

WE PUT CLAY FACE MASKS ON TRIAL

Llanelli Star - - Beauty Counter -

WHICH mask is muddy bril­liant when it comes to pu­ri­fy­ing pores and smooth­ing skin?

Mu­rad Blem­ish Con­trol Clar­i­fy­ing Mask £38, Deben­hams

This promises to draw out im­pu­ri­ties and min­imise break­outs and boy was I bro­ken out when I started us­ing it. And it re­ally de­liv­ers. Af­ter a few days of use my hor­monal spots had re­ally calmed down. Wouldn’t rec­om­mend for reg­u­lar use though if your skin is clear.

Ta­lika Masque A L’Argile Rose Pink Clay Sheet Mask £12, beau­ty­bay.com

Less mess than a tra­di­tional char­coal mask in a jar or tube, this is con­ve­nient for days when your skin feels con­gested, and your pores need a good clear out, but you want lit­tle faff. Left my skin feel­ing smooth, and brighter look­ing.

Sanc­tu­ary Spa Di­a­mond Dust Re­fin­ing Scrub Mask £12, Boots

Us­ing pu­ri­fy­ing French rose clay this promises to give skin and pores an in­ten­sive clean. It goes on in a thin layer, which you leave on for up to 15 min­utes, then rinse off. It is not harsh at all and left my skin feel­ing squeaky clean and look­ing brighter.

Char­lotte Til­bury God­dess Skin Clay Mask, £38, char­lot­tetil­bury.com

Who wouldn’t want god­dess skin? Not sure I en­tirely got that but this stuff works ab­so­lute won­ders on tired skin and helped re­duce blem­ishes too. Win, win. It is not cheap but a lit­tle goes a long way and skin is gen­uinely soft and glow­ing in a mat­ter of min­utes.

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