Liz Earle Deep Cleansing Mask Review

I was sent this mask along with the Liz Earle Gentle Exfoliator and together they work brilliantly. In my previous post I explained I always have a problem with breakouts on my chin area but the rest of my face is normal. I think the chin area is a hormonal breakout zone… correct me if I am wrong though.

Liz Earle Deep Cleansing Mask

The smell of clay is quite strong in this product, I cant say I live the smell of this too much, but I don’t mind it once it is on my face and it starts to dry.
“This highly concentrated clay and manuka honey mask helps draw out impurities and excess oil to leave skin balanced, calm and clear.
Naturally active ingredients include green clay to draw out impurities, soothing manuka honey and propolis and rose-scented geranium to help tone and balance.”
Liz Earle Deep Cleansing Mask-texture
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The texture of this mask is quite thin so it is easily spread over the face. I however just use it on my chin area as when I put it all over my face my cheeks got a little bit irritated and dry. When the mask goes on and dries, the great thing is I don’t feel like my face is going to crack if I talk or smile. It does look like its cracking when it has finished drying, but its certainly not uncomfortable.

Once the Deep Cleansing Mask is washed off with the sponge provided, any breakouts that I have look a lot better. The redness is reduced and my skin starts to look a lot clearer. I use this twice a week and my skin has started to look a lot better now in the long term. The sponge is extremely handy when washing off any mask, I will be getting more!

Another repurchase for me, Liz Earle doesn’t seem to disappoint! A 15ml Tube costs £4.85 and the Starter Kit with sponges costs £12.75.

Do you have any favorite masks? Any others that I need to try?

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