L’Oréals – New Pure Clay Detox Mask Review.

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L’Oréal Paris have come out with their new range of clay masks-detox, purity and glow mask. It’s very exciting to see this new range of masks that are so affordable and easy to use.

As you know by now I am a skincare addict and when I first heard of these masks I just wanted to get my hands on them, I finally tried it out, and so happy to give you a review on this product.


It’s very difficult to choose from these,I decided to start with the detox mask.

These pure clay masks contain a blend of:

  • Koalin which is a natural clay known to remove impurities and excess sebum.
  • Montmorillonite which is clay that helps eliminate imperfections. And
  • Ghassoul clay that helps to clarify the complexion.

The Detox Mask:


This mask has a creamy texture and the clay is combined with charcoal which acts like a magnet and draws out dead skin and other impurities from your skin. It detoxifies by cleansing deep into the pores leaving the skin looking clarified and beautiful.


Steps to use:

  • Apply a thin layer of this mask on clean skin.( avoid applying very close to eyes and lips)
  • Leave the mask to dry for 10 mins then wash with warm water.
  • This mask makes your skin smoother, clearer and fresh.


I love this mask and like what it does to my skin. Every claim made by L’Oréal was maintained. My skin feels like I had a facial, I will definitely be trying the other two masks of the Pure Clay Masks Collection.

I definitely recommend this one! Go for it girls and guys!

hubby loves some pampering too

Let me know if you tried any masks from this range and what you think about it 🙂

Catch you soon! Ciaooooooo!

Article by : Rachel Fernandes | Lawyer,Cosmetics Formulator, Beauty Addict | 🇬🇧

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