Mint Clay Mask to Purify and Tone Skin!

My Herbalife mint clay mask reviewWhat is Herbalife Mint Clay Mask?

The mask is clinically proven to improve the appearance of pores after the first use. It prepares skin for better absorption of nutrients from serums and moisturizers. A rich, creamy clay-based mask removes impurities and absorbs excess grease.

It is suitable for all skin types. From my review, you will know why many women are talking about it!

How does it work?

  • Effectively removes excess sebum and impurities
  • Superbly tones and strengthens skin defense
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Refreshes your skin
  • Ideal for oily skin.

The tube is white. It has a reasonably restrained design; the box is narrowed with a convenient cap. Under the lid, there is a protective seal, and on the backside, there is all the necessary information. It is a thick inconsistency. The color of the skincare product is green. The mask’s smell is delightful; it remains after rinsing off the facial treatment for a while.

When you apply it to the skin, the mask cools due to the presence of mint extract. Rinse off is not always very easy; you need to rub it slightly. Immediately after rinsing it off, you can see that the skin is matte, slightly lighter, and pleasant to the touch. The pores are less noticeable.

Description from the company

  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Clinically proven improvement in the appearance of skin pores after the first use. *
  • A rich, creamy texture with a clay-like texture
  • Prepares skin to better absorb nutrients from serum and moisturizers.
  • It contains no parabens or sulfates.

The list of ingredients

  • Vitamin B3
  • Antioxidant vitamins C and E
  • Aloe Vera Juice Extract
  • Bentonite clay
  • Rosemary oil
  • Peppermint oil
  • Chamomile flower extract
  • Glycolic acid and lactic acid.
  • 120ml

How to use Mint Clay MaskPeppermint oil refreshes and cools relieves swelling.

Chamomile extract soothes, regenerates, reduces inflammation. It has an anti-acne effect, has a bactericidal effect, improves microcirculation.

Lactic acid helps moisturize, purify and narrow the pores. It has an anti-inflammatory, whitening effect, stimulates regeneration, has an anti-acne effect.

Glycolic acid cleanses the pores and the top layer of the skin from old cells, stimulates regeneration, whitens the skin, and stimulates hyaluronic acid synthesis.

How to Use

The mask itself is straightforward to apply. It has a light, pleasant fragrance, and it is a pleasure to use it. Use a special sponge to rinse it off.

Information from the manufacturer:

Apply the mask after using a cleanser. Before applying it, rinse off all cosmetic products from your face. Apply it in a reasonably good layer for 10-20 minutes, then rinse off with warm water.

After that, you can apply the anti-aging serum and moisturizer to dry skin. Use 1 to 3 times a week, as needed.

You can use the skincare product in the morning and in the evening. Many people in reviews confirm that It does not cause an adverse skin reaction.

Results and effects

results and effects of clinically tested clay maskWhen the mask begins to dry, you can feel an evident tightening of the skin. Keep the mask until it is dry. It is about 15-20 minutes.

The effect of the mask is fantastic. The skin becomes softer, smoother, silky, and pleasant to the touch. Inflammations and small pimples disappear or dry up and become smaller. Facial skin is visibly softened and moisturized. The mask mattifies the skin a little and narrows the pores.

The tube lasts long enough even if you use it regularly 1-3 times a week.

After washing the mask off, the skin will be pleasantly fresh, cleansed, soft, moisturized. The only thing left is to apply the next cosmetic, which you use after using the masks, to your face and neck skin. The mask cleanses the skin and becomes velvety, but you need to moisturize the skin after using it.

* Tested on participants: evaluated the appearance of skin pores using a visual assessment method. Improvement immediately after use in an average of 35% of participants, USA, 2013.

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