Tuesday, September 9, 2014

#Barefaced Mud Mask #Review

Product Name:  Barefaced Dead Sea Mud Mask
From: Barefaced Skincare
Type of Product: mineral clay mud mask
Price (as of date of review): $24.98
Where To Purchase: Amazon

About: Dead Sea Mud is full of natural minerals, salts, and nutrients proven to have repairing and healing properties for our skin. Filtered down from surrounding mountains, layers of fine salt, sand and clay deposits have developed over centuries to form the black mud of the dead sea. Our mud has been harvested straight from its bed. Our mud is the best we could get our paws on. All we've done is added a few all organic ingredients to ensure it remains fresh for your skin to enjoy.

- Tone, tighten and improve skin texture.
- Exfoliate, unclog and purify pores. Help rid your skin of blackheads and imperfections.
- Draw out unseen excess oils and impurities.
- Moisturize and stimulate skin collagen to help fight wrinkles.
- All natural and organic ingredients. Paraben free.

Banish those bad skin days and reveal a Barefaced more confident you. Skin will feel beautifully bare, purified and rejuvenated. This good skin feeling with brighten up your complexion and your day.

First Impression: I love the cute design on this tub. The name of the mask is "Bare-Faced" and there is a picture of a bears' face on the label. The smell of the mask is very herbal, with a hint of pine. I found that the smell sort of fades as it dries into more of just an herbal mud scent. The texture is more gelatinous than clay-like, and can be difficult to spread evenly if you try to work with too much of the mask at once.

My Thoughts: I noticed as the mask dried on my face, that it absorbed oil from the oiliest areas of my face (being my nose, chin, and upper cheeks). What impressed me the most about this mask, however, was that is absorbed oil and then left my face feeling soft and moisturized after removal of the clay mask. I honestly feel that I could recommend this particular mask to anyone with any type of skin.

Disclaimer: Baby and the Chi's blog received the product(s) mentioned in this post for the purpose of review and evaluation. Baby and the Chi's is not responsible for prize delivery. No monetary compensation was received for this post. This blog contains affiliate links.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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