Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Green Tea Mask Clay Mask Video Review

Green Tea Mask Clay Mask Video Review
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We developed this mask so soothe inflammed skin and reduce the appreance of blackheads, also adding probiotics in the form of plant ferment extracts to help the skin's microflora.
French green clay is considered to be a great clay type for troubled skin due to its rich mineral content. Its powerful green color is actually from plant matter, enriching it with phytonutrients. Green tea extract acts as an anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory and UV protector. Calcium carbonate will help draw oil out of the skin and reduce the appearance of blackheads. Witch Hazel is another natural anti-inflammatory also said to reduce pore size whilst radish root ferment filtrate and sea kelp bioferment are topical probiotics added with the goal of optimizing your skin microflora.

Directions: Apply a thin Layer to clean skin. Leave on until dry (about 10 minutes, if you wait longer you risk minor skin irritation). Gently wash off with water. 

Key Ingredients

Salix Alba (Willow) Bark Extract 8% (Standardized 10% salicylates) 

Lactobacillus/Kelp Ferment Filtrate 3%
Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract* 1%
d-Panthenol / Vitamin B5 1%
Niacinamide / Vitamin B3 1%

Water, Kaolin, Calcium Carbonate, Montmorillonite (French Green Clay), Glycerin, Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Water, Zinc Oxide, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Sodium Lactate, Citric Acid, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Camellia sinensis (Green Tea)*, Allantoin, Helichrysum Italicum Distillate, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Sorbate. * = Certified Organic.

I know you guys seem to love when I try out new masks. I was kind of excited for this one myself. When I applied it it went on easy and I didn't have to fight it very much to get it applied. There isn't a strong smell to this product  that I noticed.

I let it stay on about 20 mins instead of the 15 listed on the directions. I was in the middle of a watermarble post that is coming up in a few days and didn't want to stop. As it dried I could feel it hardening. It felt kind of like a Biore strip but all over my face. 

I tried to use makeup wipes to remove the mask to no avail. I then resulted to wetting the wipes in the sink and that did the trick. It left my skin red but I think that was more about the removal then the mask itself. I love the way my face feels as I type this. My skin is super sensitive and I felt no pain or burning. Its like I'm fresh faced and ready to face the world. (Which could be bad Since I am about to go to bed to be up in the morning super early.) 

You can purchase you very own Green Tea mask over at Skin by Pom

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