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How to Find the Right Clay Mask for Your Skin Type

Skin Care Essentials

How to Find the Right Clay Mask for Your Skin Type How to Find the Right Clay Mask for Your Skin Type How to Find the Right Clay Mask for Your Skin Type

Clay masks are one of the most popular beauty products of 2017—and for good reason. For starters, there’s just something so relaxing about sitting back with a face mask on—using one is an easy way to enjoy an at-home spa day. Really, it’s one of our favorite ways to unwind after a long day. While you have your face mask on, you can catch up on your favorite TV show, slip into the tub for a bubble bath, or treat yourself to an at-home manicure. But what clay mask should you use? Here, learn all about the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask line and find out how to use a clay mask for beautiful-looking skin.

How to Find the Best Clay Mask for Your Skin Type

Ready to add a clay mask to your beauty routine? Each of the four clay masks in the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask collection is formulated with three different clays (kaolin, montmorillonite, and Moroccan lava). Go ahead and take your pick from the options below!

L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Clear & Comfort Mask: Over time, harsh cleansing can be drying and sensitizing, leaving skin feeling uncomfortable. As a result, skin needs cleansing that is effective yet gentle. This clay mask formula is enhanced with seaweed and can help to draw out the buildup of impurities, dirt, and oils, and gently cleanse stressed areas. Immediately, skin feels refreshed and comfortable.

L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Detox & Brighten Mask: Harsh environmental factors like pollution and debris can damage skin over time, leaving your complexion looking dull. This clay mask formula is enhanced with charcoal and can help draw out the buildup of impurities, dirt, and pollution and reduce the look of dull skin. Immediately, skin looks brighter.

L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Exfoliate & Refining Mask: Day after day, dead skin cells can build up on the surface of your skin, leaving skin feeling rough. This clay mask formula is enhanced with red algae and can help draw out the buildup of dirt, impurities, and oils and exfoliate dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. Immediately, skin texture appears to look refined.

L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Purify & Mattify Mask: Impurities, dirt, makeup, and excess oils can build up on the surface of your skin day after day, leaving your complexion looking overly oily. This clay mask formula is enhanced with eucalyptus leaf extract and can help draw out the buildup of impurities, dirt, and oil, and reduce the appearance of excess shine. Immediately, skin looks clean and clear.

How to Use the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Masks

By now, you probably have a sense of which clay mask is right for your skin type and needs. So, that means it’s time to use it! Apply an even layer of your L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask of choice to clean, dry skin, leave it on for 10-15 minutes, then rinse off with water. Use the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Clean & Comfort Mask twice a week for best results. Use the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Detox & Brighten Mask, L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Exfoliate & Refining Mask, and L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Purify & Mattify Mask three times a week for best results. Making a clay mask a consistent part of your beauty routine should be a whole lot of fun!

How to Multi-Mask with the L’Oréal Paris Pure Masks

You don’t necessarily have to stick to using just one L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask in your skin care routine. Give the multi-masking trend a whirl. Multi-masking involves applying different face masks to different areas of your face—at the same time. So, consider mixing and matching the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Masks, depending on your skin concerns.

We hope you have fun using the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask line! To really become a face mask wiz, check out our guides to common face mask mistakes to avoid and the best times of day to use a face mask.