It’s been a while since I’ve brought you something from Alpha-H, but today is the right time to bring you my thoughts on the Alpha-H Clear Skin Blemish Control Mask (£22.95). Why now? Well, it’s Spring and I figure it’s a good time for a fresh approach to my skincare routine so that I can face the world with minimal makeup. I’m thinking about how to manage my look at my daughter’s summer wedding, I just know that any makeup will melt off my face if it’s even slightly warm and it’s only a few months away so I’m getting serious about taking the right steps so that I can face everyone with confidence.
Anyway, as usual, I’ve digressed, let me tell you more about this deep cleansing mask. It has white clay to gently draw out toxins and impurities while rebalancing the skin and I’ve found it to be a very fine texture clay. I’ve been painting it on with a brush and managed to apply the recommended thin layer really easily. It has natural antiseptic properties in the use of tea tree and eucalyptus and the inclusion of aloe vera helps to calm and reduce inflammation. It’s suitable for all skin types as a preventive measure and, helpfully you can use it as a spot treatment when breakouts occur.
They say key benefits are:
- Cooling, detoxifying and purifying mask
- Absorbs excess sebum to inhibit the formation of blemishes
- Works to clear pores of debris which may cause acne
- Smoothes, softens and revitalises skin
- Perfect for calming hormonal outbreaks during pregnancy
Key ingredients are:
- Kaolin Clay Bentonite Clay
- Olive Leaf Extract
- Tea Tree
It’s also good to know that it’s not tested on animals and is vegan. I’ve loved the fact that it’s just a quick 10-minute job and that you can really feel it working. You just need to apply it to clean skin on your face, neck and decolletage for ten minutes and then massaging with wet fingers and removing with a muslin or flannel.
Have you tried anything from this Australian brand? You can find the mask and more from Alpha H here.
I always love hearing and sharing your thoughts and experiences. Leave me your comments below.
2 thoughts on “[Ad – Gifted] Alpha-H Clear Skin Blemish Control Mask”
I love Alpha H this mask sounds really awesome although i would personally hold back on the use of the word toxins because there are literally zero toxins in the skin and even if they were your skin wouldn’t expel them they would be dealt with by your kidneys
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Thanks so much for your comments Andrew. As you know I’m not a skincare expert so I rely on those who are to guide me in skincare. In this case what I’ve written about toxins is based on Alpha-H’s information on line. Perhaps they can address any concerns that you have about the claim. From a lay person’s point of view I took it to mean it would remove pollutants such as those you encounter living in London.
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