I love a good face mask, hair up in a messy bun, pyjamas on and ideally a nice cuppa waiting – the perfect relaxation to end the day. I really love it when I can feel a mask working and giving my skin a lovely deep clean. The Dirty Detox mask promises to be a skin refining and glowing mask, obviously I had to give it a try!
Dirty Detox comes beautifully packaged in a pot with a rose gold lid. Each pot contains 58grams of product , a little goes a long way and this pot will last me some time! Dirty Detox has some great skin friendly ingredients:
- Four mineral rich clays to benefit the skin
- Charcoal to purify the skin
- Papaya Enzyme to boost radiance (I love fruit enzymes in skincare so many skin health benefits!)
It has a thick mud texture to touch but once on the skin it smooths and applies easily. I like to apply this mask with a brush, this is my personal preference you can apply using your fingers or a brush I just find it feels a little more indulgent using a brush! Once applied the mask dries down and tightens, I really enjoy when you can feel a face mask tighten on the skin and working it’s magic! It feels comfortable once it has set and I did not experience any cracking. It removes so easily with warm water and a face cloth, no scrubbing required!
I have been using Dirty Detox (also know as my Incredible Hulk Mask!) for a few months now as part of my skincare routine once a week and can see the benefits with continual use. After a few weeks my skin started to glow, I feel it took a few uses to clear out impurities from my skin so it could really work it’s magic! I love how fresh and deeply cleaned it leaves my skin feeling, unlike some masks I have used this does not dry out my skin. My skin is left soft, smooth and with a healthy glow – no complaints here!
Dirty Detox Mask retails at £33.00 is available from Bareminerals and retail stockists. What is your favourite mask? Let me know in the comments and tap the star if you found this review helpful.
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