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The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask | Review

The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask - A review on The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask and the benefits of it for oily/combination skin and a comparison with The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask.

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The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask | Review

The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask is perfect for oily and combination skin. Unlike The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask, it doesn’t leave you with angry red skin afterwards. But it’s also not as powerful at sucking out the gunk as that mask.

The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask | Review

What is The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask?

Deeply cleanse your skin with our purifying and balancing seaweed clay mask. Skin will be left feeling fresh, revitalised and pure.

I love this mask because it is affordable at £11.00 versus the £17.00 for The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask and gentle enough to use on a weekly basis.

The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask mask is something I use every couple of weeks because it is so strong. My skin needs a few days afterwards to catch its breath and calm down!

The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask | Review

WHAT DOES IT DO?

With The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Mask, it feels cleaner but also isn’t side-eying me in the morning asking me what fresh hell I put it through!

I don’t use clay masks as often as I should, but I highly recommend this mask for those of us who are lazy, time poor and have some semblance of a routine to mask every week, which is definitely not me!

My beautician lady or glamour technician (if you watched Steel Magnolias, you’ll get that Dolly Parton reference!) actually told me off for not doing a facial routine as my skin is suffering.

Despite using my Millionaire Hair Mist skincare products daily, my skin has been uneven and textured for a few months.

This is because I’m not masking the dirt, pollution, oil and sweat as well as leftover makeup that’s clogging my skin.

Since Ramadan started, I know it’s even harder to get into any semblance of a routine. Last night I forced myself to use this mask, have a deep clean, exfoliate. And wow my skin already feels better this morning Alhamdulillah (Praise be to God)!

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask retails for £11.00. I put it on with my The Body Shop Facial Mask Brush for hygiene purposes and to make the masks last longer.

WOULD I RECOMMEND IT?

When you suffer from fatigue, depression, anxiety or all of the above, self-care is the last thing on your mind. But looking at yourself in the mirror and having dull skin for me makes me feel even worse.

To change that I’m sitting out in the sun for a few minutes a day (with sunscreen on of course!). Taking myself for a short walk and making sure I cleanse and moisturise my skin every day. I’ve noticed it’s becoming super dehydrated due to lack of water throughout the day.

These are small things we can all do to help ourselves feel better. and when the next big event hits you’ll be high fiving yourself for taking such good care of your skin!

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The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask - A review on The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask and the benefits of it for oily/combination skin and a comparison with The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask.
The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask - A review on The Body Shop Seaweed Oil Balancing Clay Mask and the benefits of it for oily/combination skin and a comparison with The Body Shop Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments (2)

  • nadia 1 month ago Reply

    That looks like a good mask to try, but I have dry skin so I perhaps it won’t suit me? Plus it costs £34 in the UAE!

    Nadia, I think you’d be better off with a hydrating mask like the Bouncy Sleeping Mask or the British Rose one. I think this would be too drying on your skin. Ugh! The prices in the UAE are ridiculous!

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