This is a clay based mask which costs £5.99 for a 100ml tube. It used to be available from Boots but it doesn’t appear to be listed on their website anymore, although it is possible it could still be in stock in some stores. I liked the ‘Good Things’ range so I hope it’s just a case of repackaging or something like that, rather than it being discontinued. Otherwise, I’m writing this review for a product that no one can buy anymore… But I’ve taken the photo for this post so I’m writing this regardless ha!
This tube provides excellent value as you can get so many uses out of it. For £5.99 I’ve gotten at least 10 uses, maybe more. As a clay mask it, of course, tightens as it dries but it doesn’t completely freeze your face or feel uncomfortable. The type of clay it contains is kaolin which is proven to draw out impurities, absorb excess oil and be gentle on skin.
After removal, I found the mask left my skin feeling very soft. It didn’t feel dried out or irritated at all. Visibly, I can’t really tell a difference, however I do think the condition of my skin improves when I regularly use face masks.
This mask also contains honey and beeswax which was partly what sold it to me, however, from looking at the ingredients list I think there is only a very small amount of these ingredients. I know how brilliant manuka honey is for its antibacterial properties but this does not contain enough of it to reap any of those particularly benefits. The presence of honey and beeswax is pretty unnoticeable in my opinion! If you would like to try a very good manuka honey mask I recommend the Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask.
For a basic, good value clay mask this is a worthy choice! Used regularly, you could experience the benefits of the clay absorbing excess oil and drawing out any dirt or spots. Plus, the pampering and self-love that comes with taking the time to use a face mask is a benefit within itself.
Love Nicole xxxx