I have been waiting patiently for this Glacial Marine Mud Mask to arrive after being recommended it by a fellow instagrammer. So when it did I rushed to try it out the next morning. I’d read some really great reviews on it stating it really cleans skin drawing out dirt and impurities. The mask contains extremely fine mud particles with sea botanicals.
So Where Can I buy Epoch Glacial Marine Mud Mask?
It costs £25 and you get 200g. I do think it’s quite expensive but you actually get a lot of product and you don’t need a lot to cover your face so it will last a long time!
What is the Mud Mask?
The Mask is a revitalising clay Mask which uses 50 natural minerals and sea botanicals to draw out dirt and impurities from the skin. The natural formula absorbs dead cells, excess oil and cleanses the skin, so it will leave skin softer, cleaner and brighter.
The Mask is suitable for all skin types. My skin is combination, but more towards dry in the winter!
I will be using this Mask just once a week, but it can be used up to 3 times a week. It can be used on and face body!
What did I think?
I really liked the texture of the clay, it was quite thick but slightly watery at the same time so it was really easy to apply on the skin, it wasn’t rough at all. I found that I didn’t need a lot and one layer was enough, I spread it evenly across my face using my fingers. The clay starts to harden really quickly, so it’s getting to work straight away! After a few minutes there was a slight tingle on the skin, but not uncomfortable, it made me feel like it was working! Be careful to avoid eyes and mouth area!
They recommended to leave the Mask on 15-20 minutes, I left it around 15 minutes as the Mask was completely dry. I tried my best not to move my face whilst it was on as I didn’t want the Mask to crack. As the Mask dried, I could see excess oil and dirt coming through, looked awful but it was impressive, I definitely felt like my skin was being seriously cleaned!
It was super easy to remove the Mask, I just took a warm flannel and wiped it off, it wasn’t even messy! Once I’d washed it off, my face was a little pink, but nothing that scared me. It went away after half an hour. My skin then felt, really soft, it even managed to reduce redness from my spot which I was really happy about! I can’t wait to keep using this to see how it helps the skin over a longer period of usage.
Will you be trying this, or have you got any clay masks to rave about?