Wednesday, 22 February 2017

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

I've been seeing so much buzz about the L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks so of course, I had to go out and grab them. It took me a while to find all three - particularly the charcoal variety - but now that I have all three, I decided I would share my thoughts.

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

There are three varieties; Charcoal, Red Algae and Eucalyptus. I was firstly interested in the Eucalyptus one, which sounded cooling and calming for the skin. Each mask has a different speciality and has a different scent and consistency.


L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

The packaging is pretty gorgeous, and I can see it being a driving factor in buying it. Although it's only a 50ml glass tub, I still feel like you would get a lot of uses out of each tub. 

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

The Charcoal mask; which detoxifies and brightens, is probably the most popular of the three. I've seen a lot of love for this one on social media. To start with, this one probably had the strongest scent. Nothing that I would describe as bad, but definitely strong. This one is definitely a great one to use if you're oily and looking to draw out blackheads.

The Red Algae mask; which exfoliates and smoothes, is definitely my favourite of the three. Whilst "red algae" does not sound as appealing as the other two, it's definitely worked the best for me. It's a little bit gritty and doesn't smell like anything really. My skin feels so soft and smooth after washing it off. 

Lastly, the Eucalyptus mask; which purifies and mattifies. This was the first one I purchased and I find it's a fantastic mask to use when my skin is feeling a bit red and angry. This helps sooth my skin and reduce oil. This one smells really pleasant, actually. 

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

Charcoal, Red Algae & Eucalyptus

As you can see, they are rather thick in consistency but all a bit different. I think that the Charcoal is the thickest of the three whilst still remaining relatively wet. The Red Algae is dryer but still thick, while the Eucalyptus was a bit more watery. 

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

Gotta love a good #Instadetox shot! 

While multi-masking is a lot of fun, it's also a bit of a pain in the butt. My skin is very consistent and doesn't need a lot of different attention, so I'll stick to regular masking on most days unless I'm feeling a specific need to multi-mask. 


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Overall, I'm a fan of these beautiful masks. I have tried a lot of face masks in my time as a beauty blogger - I rarely dislike masks. I feel that if you're after something heavy duty then I would be investing in something else, but if you're looking for a regular weekly mask to help keep your skin in check, then this could be the one for you. 


Have you tried the L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks? If so, what are your thoughts? What are your thoughts on multi-masking?

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These products were NOT provided consideration. 
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28 comments

  1. I plan on purchasing the detox face mask I am pretty excited to be trying these heard amazing things about them


    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

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  2. These look really interesting - I definitely want to pick up the Charcoal and Eucalyptus masks!

    Claire | Vanity Claire xx

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    1. They're great additions to your skincare routine! Hopefully you enjoy them! xx

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  3. AWE your pics are so cute!!!!!! I loved the mask I tried cant wait to try the other two.

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  4. Anything with charcoal in it is my ideal product!

    Sharni // www.agirlandgrey.com

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    1. So true haha love a good charcoal mask! xx

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  5. Love this review! I have the charcoal one have been wondering about the other two. I love to multi mask every so often, particularly when my forehead is super dry, but my chin is all blemished and annoying. It is such a pain to apply all the masks to separate areas of your face though!!

    Laura || www.thelifeoflaura.com.au xx

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    1. It really is haha! But it's great for when you have different types of skincare xx

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  6. Definitely going to pick up that eucalyptus one. Sounds perfect for my skin!

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  7. I love using face masks and I've been looking at this. Thanks for making a thorough review. Learned a lot. xx

    Jacq
    jacqwritesworld.com

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  8. Haha the picture is so cute with all three of them on!

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  9. I've been seeing these everywhere, really tempted to jump on the band wagon and get a set too, but I just haven't gotten around to it yet. Thanks for your review xx

    Kez | acaciasdreams.com

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    1. They're pretty fab so I can see why they're so popular! xx

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  10. I like the sound of the charcoal mask, think it would be great for my skin.
    Lisa

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    1. Oh you should try it and hopefully you love it! xx

      Delete
  11. Great review! I need to try these face masks!!

    Shannon x

    www.shannongibb.blogspot.com.au

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  12. Haha that looks like a lot of fun. I'm yet to try these out.

    Ange | Diary-of-Ange.com

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    Replies
    1. You definitely should give them a go xx

      Delete
  13. These masks are fantastic. They turned out to not be the right match for my dry skin but there is no denying that they are exceptionally affordable and high quality. Great review :)

    Emma | Rosy Disposition

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  14. Hands down one of my staples... sooo good

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Wednesday, 22 February 2017

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

I've been seeing so much buzz about the L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks so of course, I had to go out and grab them. It took me a while to find all three - particularly the charcoal variety - but now that I have all three, I decided I would share my thoughts.

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

There are three varieties; Charcoal, Red Algae and Eucalyptus. I was firstly interested in the Eucalyptus one, which sounded cooling and calming for the skin. Each mask has a different speciality and has a different scent and consistency.


L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

The packaging is pretty gorgeous, and I can see it being a driving factor in buying it. Although it's only a 50ml glass tub, I still feel like you would get a lot of uses out of each tub. 

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

The Charcoal mask; which detoxifies and brightens, is probably the most popular of the three. I've seen a lot of love for this one on social media. To start with, this one probably had the strongest scent. Nothing that I would describe as bad, but definitely strong. This one is definitely a great one to use if you're oily and looking to draw out blackheads.

The Red Algae mask; which exfoliates and smoothes, is definitely my favourite of the three. Whilst "red algae" does not sound as appealing as the other two, it's definitely worked the best for me. It's a little bit gritty and doesn't smell like anything really. My skin feels so soft and smooth after washing it off. 

Lastly, the Eucalyptus mask; which purifies and mattifies. This was the first one I purchased and I find it's a fantastic mask to use when my skin is feeling a bit red and angry. This helps sooth my skin and reduce oil. This one smells really pleasant, actually. 

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

Charcoal, Red Algae & Eucalyptus

As you can see, they are rather thick in consistency but all a bit different. I think that the Charcoal is the thickest of the three whilst still remaining relatively wet. The Red Algae is dryer but still thick, while the Eucalyptus was a bit more watery. 

L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks Review - Sweetaholic Beauty

Gotta love a good #Instadetox shot! 

While multi-masking is a lot of fun, it's also a bit of a pain in the butt. My skin is very consistent and doesn't need a lot of different attention, so I'll stick to regular masking on most days unless I'm feeling a specific need to multi-mask. 


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Overall, I'm a fan of these beautiful masks. I have tried a lot of face masks in my time as a beauty blogger - I rarely dislike masks. I feel that if you're after something heavy duty then I would be investing in something else, but if you're looking for a regular weekly mask to help keep your skin in check, then this could be the one for you. 


Have you tried the L'Oreal Pure Clay Masks? If so, what are your thoughts? What are your thoughts on multi-masking?

--


These products were NOT provided consideration. 

28 comments:

  1. I plan on purchasing the detox face mask I am pretty excited to be trying these heard amazing things about them


    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

    ReplyDelete
  2. These look really interesting - I definitely want to pick up the Charcoal and Eucalyptus masks!

    Claire | Vanity Claire xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They're great additions to your skincare routine! Hopefully you enjoy them! xx

      Delete
  3. AWE your pics are so cute!!!!!! I loved the mask I tried cant wait to try the other two.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Anything with charcoal in it is my ideal product!

    Sharni // www.agirlandgrey.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So true haha love a good charcoal mask! xx

      Delete
  5. Love this review! I have the charcoal one have been wondering about the other two. I love to multi mask every so often, particularly when my forehead is super dry, but my chin is all blemished and annoying. It is such a pain to apply all the masks to separate areas of your face though!!

    Laura || www.thelifeoflaura.com.au xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. It really is haha! But it's great for when you have different types of skincare xx

      Delete
  6. Definitely going to pick up that eucalyptus one. Sounds perfect for my skin!

    ReplyDelete
  7. I love using face masks and I've been looking at this. Thanks for making a thorough review. Learned a lot. xx

    Jacq
    jacqwritesworld.com

    ReplyDelete
  8. Haha the picture is so cute with all three of them on!

    ReplyDelete
  9. I've been seeing these everywhere, really tempted to jump on the band wagon and get a set too, but I just haven't gotten around to it yet. Thanks for your review xx

    Kez | acaciasdreams.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. They're pretty fab so I can see why they're so popular! xx

      Delete
  10. I like the sound of the charcoal mask, think it would be great for my skin.
    Lisa

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Oh you should try it and hopefully you love it! xx

      Delete
  11. Great review! I need to try these face masks!!

    Shannon x

    www.shannongibb.blogspot.com.au

    ReplyDelete
  12. Haha that looks like a lot of fun. I'm yet to try these out.

    Ange | Diary-of-Ange.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. You definitely should give them a go xx

      Delete
  13. These masks are fantastic. They turned out to not be the right match for my dry skin but there is no denying that they are exceptionally affordable and high quality. Great review :)

    Emma | Rosy Disposition

    ReplyDelete
  14. Hands down one of my staples... sooo good

    ReplyDelete

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