For someone with combination skin that leans towards the oily side, a good mud mask really helps to draw out the impurities and oils for healthier skin and fewer blemishes. Dead Sea Mud Facial Mask is light and doesn’t over-dry your skin. The large 16 oz jar is great for weekly use. I was excited to review this large jar, because I can only find single-use mud masks in the grocery stores.
I was joking with someone this week about skin. She was complaining about pre-menstrual acne and I was telling her that it didn’t get any better after menopause. Although I’m over 5 years post-menopausal, I have to fight acne even more than I did in my teens, particularly on my chin. So, anything that I can do to keep acne at bay is helpful.
Because my husband is so awesome, he got in on the mud mask fun, too. He said it was very cold when it was applied, but it’s been in our cold home. I found it to be refreshing to my skin.
Apply the mud mask to your whole face, being careful not to get it in your eyes. Then let is stay on for at least 10 minutes. We had ours on for more than 10 minutes so that it could completely dry. It makes your skin feel very tight while it’s it’s drying.
After washing the Dead Sea mud mask from my face, it felt soft and smooth. My husband said that his skin felt great as well. And even hours later, my skin still feels really good and looks good, too. Not only is the mud mask gone, but you’ve got the no makeup, unmoisturized version right there. Not to mention my smooshed hair. I highly recommend the Dead Sea Mud Facial Mask.
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