St. Ives Blue Clay Firming Mask

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I use this simple kaolin clay mask sometimes when I'm home alone, puttering about in my PJs. It lacks a noticeable scent or exfoliating elements, but it soaks up oil effectively. After 10 minutes, skin feels dry and super-taut. Whether the spackle-like mask deep cleans, lifts away dead skin cells and stimulates collagen is debatable, but a good, warm rinse leave cheeks firm and smooth. Dry skin types, beware. This may be too drying.
Reviewed by Charli on 12/21/2007
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    Not too bad!

    Basic clay mask and not expensive. Does the job, but nothing too outstanding such as pore shrinkage. — 2 years, 12 months ago
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