I love mud masks for my combination skin.
Seriously, having an oily t-zone makes your skin feel so dirty already, so why not get messy and clean it up with a little mud?
I’ve had the chance to try out ClarityRx Rehab Mediterranean Detoxifying Mud Mask for about a month now and my skin is feeling amazing.
I’ll be honest, when I received this 2oz jar, I really thought it was sample or travel size. To my surprise, this is full size. For $27 that’s a little on the pricey side, but I’m hesitant to baulk at the pricetag because this mud mask really is fabulous.
This mud mask jiggles like jelly in the jar and has a sponge-like feeling when you touch it. When you scoop it with your finger, it’s gel-like. It’s easy to apply it in a thick layer, and I highly recommend that you do, as it dries relatively quickly.
Despite all the adjectives – it is indeed mud, and feels like that once applied. Upon opening the jar, your senses will be transported to the spa.
ClarityRx Rehab Mediterranean Detoxifying Mud Mask has all of the ingredients that oily and combination skin types desire: Mediterranean Mud, Dead Sea Mud, Kaolin, Bentonite, and Dead Sea Salt. The very first ingredient is aloe vera gel, which explains the jelly-like texture.
I slathered on this mask after cleansing my face. It says to wait about 10-15 minutes before rinsing, but the max I could do was 10 minutes. This mud mask dries incredibly quickly, and as it does, it gets very tight on your skin. I used luke warm water on a wash cloth to wipe it off and it did take a little elbow grease to do so.
After rinsing my face, my skin felt baby soft and the oiliness was gone. Success! I then went on with my usual skin care routine, which seemed to amplify how great my skin felt.
Instructions state that you can use this mask 1-2 times per week. I only do it once a week so as not to over-dry my skin, which would then send oil production into overdrive and it soon becomes a vicious cycle.
I really like this detoxifying mud mask – I just wish it came in a bigger jar! Have you tried it?