Every beauty junkie knows that proper skincare is absolutely crucial. Your face is your canvas, that blank slate you transform into a work of art. I can’t understate how important it is to make sure your skin is healthy and happy before you start layering product on it!
I don’t often interrupt my basic skincare routine, but I do love experimenting with facial masks. They’re like a mini spa day – at HOME! So when BzzAgent offered me a chance to take part in L’Oréal‘s Pure-Clay Mask campaign, I jumped on it.
What makes this line different than other facial mask lines is that they are supposed to be used in a “layered” effect, which L’Oreal coined as multimasking. Each zone of your face might have different needs, so you match the problem to the corresponding mask.
Before I “multimasked”, I used the Eucalyptus and Red Algae masks separately their intended three times. Here’s what I observed:
- The eucalyptus mask promised mattification to oily skin, which I don’t have. Womp. I did notice that my face appeared slightly less red on the days I used the mask and it had a more even tone. (I have mild rosacea.)
- The red algae mask is used to slough off dead skin and minimize the appearance of large pores. I found no improvement to my pores, but the exfoliant properties were nice. I often have dry skin build ups on my T-Zone, which got removed by the mask.
- Both masks left my skin feeling soft to the touch.
So when I combined the Eucalyptus and Red Algae masks, did it by any chance make a significant difference?
It felt like I just used the red algae mask all over my face! Would I recommend multimasking? Also, no. But individually, that red algae mask is pretty darn sweet. If you have dry skin like I do, it can rid you of the dead skin build up.
Each mask retails at about $12.99 for 1.7oz of product (~$7.60 per oz).
The BzzKit was graciously gifted to me from BzzAgent, a website that connects influencers with products to test and review. All opinions, however, are my own.