The Product: Adovia Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask $28 on sale (reg. $36) - GET IT HERE
Natural, there is no overpowering chemical or perfume scent.
Texture & Color:
Smooth while applying, but make sure to wash it off gently, once dry if rubbed too hard could irritate sensitive skin. Dark Greenish Brown in color.
Mostly natural, Paraben Free - For a full list of ingredients Click Here
Claims to do the following:
- Adovia Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask is a great solution for treating and preventing acne.
- The product can work as an emergency spot-treatment for acne, pimples and blemishes.
- The product leaves the skin with a noticeable healthy glow.
- Dead Sea mud infuses the skin with minerals while firming and improving skin elasticity.
- Adovia Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask is a “MUST-HAVE” product for anyone who suffers from oily or acne-prone skin.
I was very excited to try this product as I have acne prone & oily skin that gets irritated very easily. I don't use harsh chemicals on my skin so a natural alternative is always welcome. As I mentioned above the mud mask has a natural barely there smell, no heavy fragrance. When I first applied the mud mask it stung a tad, but nothing unbearable. After the initial application I waited 20 minutes for the mask to dry and carefully washed it off. You really do have to be gentle washing it off, because the mask dries sorta grainy and it could irritate your skin if you are too rough washing it off. After I dried my skin, I applied my regular lotions & potions. Looking at my skin afterwards, I noticed that my blackheads/pores definitely appeared smaller and my skin felt fresh and very clean. I waited a few days before writing this review in order to ensure that I did not get a breakout and two days later I'm still good. I would say you can probably get about 8-10 uses out of one tube, depending on how thick you layer it on . I would definitely recommend this product, and will be using it in the future, especially if you have oily skin.
Now what do you think of my muddy face? I look like I just got done with one of those tough mudder runs!