Clay Face Masks – My Favorites And Not So Favorites

When it comes to face masks, clay masks are my go-to for drawing out impurities and oil. Charcoal face masks are also popular, but I find them to be more irritating than clay masks. Today, I’m sharing my favorite and not-so-favorite clay face masks.

 

Clay Face Masks – My Favorites And Not So Favorites

 

Favorite Clay Face Masks

 

The Inkey List Kaolin Mask

I’ll begin with the most gentle clay mask I’ve tried that happens to also work well. The Inkey List in general has a lot of effective products at awesome price points. 

 

Paula’s Choice Skin Balancing Oil-Absorbing Mask

This is a gentle yet effective clay mask. It’s more pricey than the other masks I listed, but this one is a goodie. It’s deep cleaning without the harshness.  

 

Cetaphil Purifying Clay mask

My top clay mask available at the drugstore that works and doesn’t contain irritating ingredients is this one.

 

Amazonian Aztec Clay Mask

This is a little drying but it’s not irritating. Even though this mask is messy, it’s super affordable and it works!

 

Not-So-Favorite Clay Face Masks

 

Mario Badescu Flower & Tonic Clay Mask

Sadly, this mask was too fragrancy and irritating for me to enjoy. 

 

Laniege Mini Pore Waterclay Mask

I liked the idea of this being a gel-like clay mask. Unfortunately, this mask dried out my skinlikely due to alcohol being at the top of the ingredient list. 

 

 

 

 

 



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