Clayspray Pore Refining White Clay Mask Review

Clayspray Hydrate Water Spray and Pore Refining White Clay Mask (*)

I do love a good clay mask as they’ve always been known to be great for oily skins, drawing out the impurities and leaving your skin feeling refreshed. An old favourite of mine was the Mudd masks which I used religiously as a teen and they were great for absorbing excess oil and deep cleansing. 

A while back, I attended a launch event for a new product named Clayspray. It is the first clay emulsion in a spray which contains pure clay with natural ingredients and spring water. The collections comprises of three white clay masks, three red clay masks and two hydrating water sprays. Each mask is thought to contain the highest percentage of clay compared to any other on the market today and not only does it claim to remove impurities and environmental toxins from your skin, it also promotes healthy cell regeneration to help lock moisture and prevent ageing.

All six clay masks need to be used in conjunction with natural mineral water to prep the skin and when the properties of clay react with water, it goes through a maturation process to provide maximum efficacy. The Pore Refining mask is designed for normal/combination skins which is exactly what I need. Using the Hydrate spray to prep, I applied the mask on straight afterwards. The texture of the clay was smooth and not grainy at all, so was extremely gentle on the my skin. It dried up really quickly, but I still left it on for the full ten minutes as directed. Taking it off was a breeze compared to a few clay masks that I’ve tried before, I literally just splashed my face with water and it completely dissolved which was excellent. I noticed a slight difference to my skin, it looked brighter and felt more supple, however, I wouldn’t say this is a miracle product as a lot of other masks I’ve sampled were either the same or better. 

At £44.50 for 125ml of the mask and £17.50 for 125ml of the water spray, it doesn’t sound cheap, but the mask would last you approximately seventeen facials, so if you apply it once a week, it will last at least four months which isn’t too bad actually. The water spray can be substituted with cheaper versions from Avene and Caudalie too. Clayspray products can be purchased from their own website or from FeelUnique

Are you a fan of clay masks? Will you be giving this one a go?

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  1. 21st July 2013 / 10:08 am

    Sounds lovely, I may have to try and find a dupe product though as the price range is quite high for me xx

    • 15th July 2014 / 3:09 am

      I do understand, let me know if you managed to find one. xx

    • 15th July 2014 / 3:09 am

      I know right, love unique beauty products. xx

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