Review: Super Facialist By Una Brennan The Tea Flower Deep Clean Pure Purifying Clay Mask

Who doesn't love a face mask? I love having little pamper nights, lighting a candle, placing on some of my favourite music and slapping on a face mask. I have acne prone skin so I am really fussy when It comes to face masks, most of them tend to break me out, however I find clay masks suit me the best and this one in particular is holy grail material and I don't use that word very lightly.

The Tea Flower Deep Clean Pure Purifying Clay Mask claims to clean out all dirt, excessive oils and toxins, which all lead to breakouts. It contains Salicyclic acid to help congested skin and it also contains Dead Sea Mud which contains magnesium, calcium potassium and a whole load of vitamins  to help re-balance the skin. Sound pretty good yeah? Well it is! This mask does exactly what it says it does on the tube. I usually apply this twice a week, to give my skin a good clean out. It leaves my skin looking clearer, smoother and brighter. It also feels amazingly soft and the best bit it hasn't cause one breakout. Its simple to use as well, you just apply a generous amount to dry skin leave it for 5 minutes then rinse off with warm water, really couldn't be simpler. 

I won't say this has cleared up my acne,as I don't really have many active blemishes at the moment just scarring, but it has kept my acne under control and at bay. I really love this mask and highly recommend it to people who are a little weary of putting masks on due to the fear of it making your skin purge. This clay mask gets 5/5 from me and for only €10.99  its not super budget but for the results it delivers, its worth every penny. 

Have you tried anything from this range?

1 comment

  1. This sounds great. I too suffer from acne prone skin, so will definitely check this out.
    Laura x
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