Refreshing My Skin With L’Oreal

I love taking time out to pamper myself.

But I can’t tell you the last time I did a face mask, probably sometime in 2017 when I had a slight obsession with the nspa 5 Minute Magic Mask but can I find it in stores? Nope!

Have I tried a face mask by a makeup brand before?

No, but I have now..



L’Oréal have been a brand who I have admired for years.

You all know how much I love their Ultra Precision Liquid Liner (spoiler: it’s a holy grail product!), but I haven’t tried a lot of their products as I don’t particular know where to start and what’s a must-try.

Last year, L’Oréal released five Pure Clay masks: the purity mask, the detox mask, the glow mask, the bright mask and finally, the blemish rescue mask.

When I popped in Superdrug, I could have easily picked up all four but of recent months, I’ve had few blemishes once my spots have disappeared and those little red marks are proving to be very annoying and a slight pain to cover up at times.

The mask unclogs blackheads which allows the skin to be left feeling fresh and sofa without drying it out. It’s perfect for people who suffer from spots and blemish prone skin (like me at the moment!).


Since purchasing the Blemish Rescue Mask (£6.39) during the long Easter Weekend, I’ve tried the mask about four times (it’s recommended to use twice a week!) and I’ve kicking myself for not trying it sooner.

Top tip: Use a foundation brush for application (I don’t wear foundation so it’s become my face mask brush!).

I apply a thin layer of the mask, leaving to dry for around five minutes (I’m yet to go any longer) and washing it off with warm water does the trick. It’s so simple, straight forward but seriously effective on your skin.


I most definitely will be purchasing the other masks and giving those a whirl. I’ve seen a lot of bloggers doing a mix of all the masks on your face so naturally, that’s the aim I’m reaching for.

I’m very much looking forward to waving goodbye to the blemishes and getting my skin back to where it once was.

EL xx
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