- Desert Lime, which hydrates and stimulates collagen production.
- Bilberry is a natural enzymatic exfoliator.
- Aloe Vera, soothes and reduces redness.
Sunday, December 1, 2019
Review: Generation Clay Ultraviolet Brightening Purple Mask #generationclay #skingoals #ultraviolet #brighteningpurplemask #mask
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Generation Clay Ultraviolet Brightening Purple Mask retails for $49.99. It is available online at www.generationclay.com. Like Generation Clay on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GenerationClay/ and Follow Generation Clay on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/generationclay/.
3.97 oz./100g $49.99
If you have ever read this blog before you know I am a huge fan of masks. Masks are the hardest workers in the skincare regimen. They do the "dirty work" that other products cannot do. Often getting into pores (hair follicles) and working on the skin so that after the mask comes off skin looks gorgeous. I especially love masks that have the ability to do multiple things at once. Multi-taskers they are called. Yes, they are the best.
Generation Clay is a beauty brand that believes a flawless complexion is about effective skincare, and that I do agree with. They use natural ingredients from Australia and effective formulations that help the skin to be at its utmost best and is always healthy and dewy. Their products do not contain additives or synthetics; Generation Clay is always upfront about their ingredients. The products are crafted with the finest natural ingredients available. Their aim is to simplify the skincare routine and to make easy to use skincare products. If you are not satisfied they have a 30-day money back guarantee.
One mask I have found that is a great multi-tasker is Generation Clay Ultraviolet Brightening Purple Mask. This perfectly on point shade of Pantone's Color of the Year in Ultraviolet, is packed with locally sourced superfruit, Davidson Plum. Which brightens and rejuvenates dull, tired skin. A gentle, natural version of skin-exfoliating alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), the hardworking beauty hero rejuvenates dull, tired skin while lightening dark circles and pigmentation. It also contains the following ingredients:
Here is my skin with the mask on right as I put it on:
Here is the mask after it had dried:
Here is my skin after I removed the mask:
As you can see, my skin looks very clear and bright after I removed the mask. My skin tends to be dry, so it did feel a little tight. But I loved how soft it felt. I applied my Retin-A and a moisturizer and then my skin looked amazing. This mask is great for brightening up light pigmentation issues and helping to get rid of redness. It soothes the skin and helps to moisturize it. Generation Clay makes a number of great masks all with natural ingredients that work well on various skin types. I would say this mask is recommended for skin that is acneic, oily, combination, normal and dry. It could even be used on mature skin. For oilier skins, use up to 2x per week. For drier skins, 1x per week is enough.
Until Next Time~
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