Blissoma Refine Clay Renewal Treatment

Blissoma Refine Clay Renewal TreatmentA girl can’t have too many natural face masks, can she? Especially if it’s something created to prevent redness, inflammation, and flaking. Or at least this is what this Blissoma Refine Clay Renewal Treatment promises to do. This mask is a blend of a few things: the rhassoul clay (of course), celery juice enzymes (for gentle pore exfoliation), organic rose, olive leaf, and echinacea (improves skin tone and firmness) with a few other great ingredients on the side.

See the ingredients:

Aqueous Infusion of Foeniculum vulgare* (fennel) fruit, Stellaria media* (chickweed) leaf, Lavandula angustifolia* (lavender) flower, Rosa damascena* (roses), Porphyra umbilicalis* (nori seaweed), Ruscus aculeatus* (butcher’s broom) root, Rhassoul Clay, Apium graveolens* (celery) Juice, Cocos nucifera* (coconut) Oil, Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Citrullus lanatus* (watermelon) seed Oil, Zinc Oxide*, Squalane, Extracts of Glycyrrhiza glabra* (licorice) root, Symphytum officinale* (comfrey) root/leaf, and Salix alba* (willow) bark, Populus Tremuloides (Aspen) Bark Extract, Gluconolactone, Cetearyl Alcohol and Cetearyl Glucoside, Extracts of Olea europaea* (olive) leaf, Echinacea purpurea* root, and Caldendula officinalis* flower, Essential Oils of Litsea cubeba fruit, Commiphora myrrha, Pelargonium roseum (rose geranium), Citrus reticulata (mandarin) peel, Lavandula angustifolia, Pogostemon cablin (patchouli), Coriandrum sativum (coriander) seed, Cedrus atlantica (cedarwood), Grain Alcohol*+, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Extract*, Helianthus annuus* (sunflower) seed Oil, Xanthan Gum essential oils in this product contain: limonene**, citronellol**, geraniol**, linalool**, citral**. Vegan.

I have to admit, I have an on-off relationship with clay masks because, most of the time, they’re messy, and, even despite their gentle exfoliation abilities, some of them really dry out my skin. Not in this case. First of all, I’m thrilled it comes as a ready-to-use mask, which means you don’t need to mix it with water or hydrosols or whatever, you just clean your face and hands, open the lid, and apply it straight from the jar. It does have a slightly cooling feeling, but it did not bother me or my skin. I leave it for about 20 minutes (though I need to spray some water once or twice to keep it moist) and then wash it off. I will not tell you that it had some groundbreaking results, because it hadn’t. What it did was it left my skin looking refreshed and smooth, and just simply more clean. So if you’re a fan of clay masks, this is something you’d probably like no matter your skin type.

Blissoma Refine Clay Renewal Treatment is available at Blissoma’s official website, as well as at any of their other stockists for $40 for 70 grams (2.4oz).

Have you tried this natural face mask?

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