When clay meets mousse

L’Oreal just released their 1st range of daily clay-to-mousse-cleansers!

Clay should be part of your skin routine by now—it’s one of the best ways to pull out impurities, reduce clogged pores, and minimize shine! Here’s a few options that will deliver fab skin without breaking the bank.

L’Oreal Pure-Clay Cleansers

The new Pure-Clay Cleansers (SRP$12.99) by L’Oreal are infused with three types of clay: Kaolin, Montmorillonite, and Moroccan clay. The Pure-Clay Purifying & Mattifying Cleanser (green) is formulated with eucalyptus to keep skin refreshed and oil-free (which reduces clogged pores). The Pure-Clay Energizing & Brightening Cleanser (black) is my favorite one; the charcoal takes your skin from dull to bright with a deep cleanse. If you’re dealing with texture and large pores, check out the Pure-Clay Exfoliating & refining Cleanser (red), which is made with red algae. I’ve been using each one depending on how my skin feels (rough, oily, dry, etc…) and I’ve found a great way to #PureClayEveryday!

L’Oreal Pure-Clay Masks                                                                        

L’Oreal’s Pure-Clay Cleansers are an addition to the family of clay-based masks (SRP$14.99). The Pure-Clay Energizing & Brightening Mask (black) is a Canadian favorite, similar in function to the Pure-Clay Energizing & Brightening Cleanser, but they released a newer formula infused with seaweed. The Pure-Clay Comforting & Unifying Mask (blue) is made of the same 3 clays, but harnesses the calming powers of seaweed. Sometimes, I overdue it with the chemical exfoliants, so the Comforting mask has been great at reducing any redness! They also have a few more mask formulas, very similar to their cleanser counterparts that I highly recommend you check out.

These are now available across Canada, and my favorite,!

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FTC: there products were sent to me for my consideration; all opinions are my own!

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