I absolutely love the scent of the Pink Clay Facial Mask! I couldn’t quite pinpoint it at first but I think it’s the calamine which gives off the fresh scent. Texture-wise, this mask glides effortlessly onto skin. The Glacial Clay Facial is infused with little oatmeal bits that give it a rougher texture but it’s still easy to spread. Since my cheeks are the drier parts of my face, they’re more prone to breakouts, particularly around my jawline. The Pink Clay Facial Mask helps with brightening, so I’m hoping that in the long run that it can treat my hyperpigmentation and the scars left behind from past acne.
This clay mask is #Nay for me! It claims to brighten and tighten pores, draw out impurities, nourish and soothe skin. This clay mask contains calamine to soothe irritation and reduces redness while a pink floral complex nurtures the skin with antioxidants. It also contains kaolin clay to help balance oil, absorbing pore impurities, and leave skin bright, fresh, and smooth. This clay mask is a thick textured but very creamy pink clay mask. It does not feel dry or sticky. It is easy to apply especially with the little spoon included in the packaging. It has a sweet and floral scent that is very pleasant. When it dries it doesn’t completely dry down but your face doesn’t become uncomfortably tight like most clay masks. I felt a cooling sensation on my skin and enjoyed how it feels on my face. If you apply a thick layer it is hard to wash off but not impossible. Afterwards, my skin felt soft and supple with some moisture and some brightening. I really enjoyed this clay mask and am going to be using this all the time as a holy grail item for redness and bumps. I rate it 5.0/5.0.