So when I first read through the list of ingredients, I was impressed. It got me excited to use it.
Salicylic Acid ~ Unclogs congested skin
Dead Sea Mud ~ Rich in minerals such as magnesium, calcium and iron
Avocado Oil, Shea Butter & Acacia Honey ~ Nourishing, smoothing and hydrating properties
I simply applied a generous amount of the mask in an even layer across my face and left it for 10 mins. The instructions say that you should leave it on for around 5, but I wanted a deep clean so decided to leave it on for longer. After, I removed it using a flannel with warm water. I use this mask once a week. I also wanted to mention here that it has a really pleasant aroma. It smells of tea with a hint of citrus to it. I don't think it is overpowering at all.
My skin definitely felt smoother and it did look more awake. My pores were less visible and all dirt was removed. The mask didn't leave my skin feeling tight which I really don't like. My skin felt soft.
How much does it cost?
The Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask retails at £8.99 for 125ml. Which I think is reasonable as it lasts a while a most importantly, it does its job.
Where can you pick this up?
You can pick this up from www.superfacialist.co.uk and in any leading Boots stores.
Overall, I have been impressed with this mask and it has now become part of my skincare routine. I would definitely recommend this product especially to someone with oily skin concerns like myself.
Have you tried any products from the Super Facialist range?
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