I’ve been the proud owner of this new Emma Hardie Purifying Pink Clay Detox Mask for about a month now and I reckon it’s about time I told you about my experience of using it.
Rich in botanicals this is a purifying and detoxifying mask that acts to deep cleanse and balance. It’s designed to refine pores, exfoliate and remove impurities with a formula that soothes, reduces redness, and hydrates.
- Australian Pink Clay to improve natural moisture levels, deep cleanse and refine.
- Defensil™ technology instantly reduces redness, and inflammation and creates an even complexion
- Moringa Seed Oil is rich in Vitamin C and E to provide antioxidant and environmental protection.
Directions are to smooth a thin layer of the mask over the skin leaving it on for 10-15 minutes. I like to apply the mask with a brush, it’s less messy than fingers and more hygienic. It means that I can apply an even smooth layer, although I don’t suppose the evenness of application is key to it working well, I like it.
As the mask dries I find it feels a little tingly – not enough to alarm me but enough to convince me it’s working. To remove the mask, you can use the Dual-Action Professional Cleansing Cloth that comes with it. I found that this is a really good quality cloth but I prefer to use a muslin or flannel, purely because the provided cloth is a little awkward to use because of its two-sided nature. Not a deal-breaker though, just me being fussy. Anyway, all you need to do is wet the cloth in warm water and use it to gently remove the mask. Use it about once a week to maintain perfectly balanced and cleansed skin. This winner from Emma costs £40 here.
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