What a fab, little mask! I didn’t think much when I picked this up to give it a try. I’ve used Nude skincare before and loved it. I’m not sure why I was so disinterested when I got this but was just in need of a cleansing mask as I have a few spots at the minute. I really must pay more attention when picking things up to try on my face.
The instructions call for clean, dry skin before applying. That’s because it slides off wet skin. Make sure both your hands and face are dry. The smell isn’t terrific but it’s not the worst thing in the world, either. It’s a very earthy fragrance. You need to keep it on for ten minutes so I use it while I’m soaking in a lovely bath with an oil or some such so don’t really smell it anyway.
What happens at the end of ten minutes? Amazingly soft skin! My spots were significantly calmer and my overall skin tone was more even and bright. Fabulous! I must remember to get some more Nude products next time something runs out!
What’s in the mask, you ask? It’s a moussy texture based on kaolin clay. This will absorb any excess oil and give you a gentle exfoliation. There is also propolis and buriti for cleansing pores and giving you that silky smooth complexion.
You can get your Deep Cleansing Mask from Being Content for £28.