The Best Inexpensive At-Home Facial Mask

If you feel overwhelmed by the massive amounts of products offered at beauty counters and stores, you’re not alone. I thought I’d make your selection process easier by sharing one of my favorite skin care products because you might just like it too.

Boots Botanics Conditioning Clay Mask is one of my favorite masks, I absolutely love this product. My skin feels great when I wash it off and really helps minimize my pores. While it is on my face, I can actually see the product settling into my pores, working its magic where the excess oil is pulled out as you see these dark marks around your pores when the mask is completely dry. Right away my skin is noticeably softer and hydrated after using this mask. This mask definitely purifies skin and for only around $9 a tube, I highly recommend it.

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What you need to know:

According to Boots, this mineral rich oceanic clay mask contains a negative electrical charge which acts like a magnet helping to draw deep-rooted impurities out of the skin without drying. It’s hydrating and oil absorbing properties leave skin soft, smooth and wonderfully cleansed.

Provide deep hydration for your skin with this conditioning clay mask. Designed for use on normal and combination skin, the unscented formula prevents irritation to keep you comfortable as the mask purifies and clarifies your skin.

How to use:

Shake well before use. Apply to cleansed skin and leave to dry for 10-20 minutes. Rinse off with warm water. Apply your moisturizer after.

Where you can buy it:

At Target in the USA or Boots (if you live in the UK).

Pamper your skin with this amazing mask, just in time for Valentine’s Day and look your best!

XOXO

Trisha

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