Mask Fun: Generation Clay Ultra Violet Brightening Purple Clay Mask

Since I’ve been stuck at home, I’ve taken it as an opportunity to work though my goodies stash in my linen closet. I have a whole box of lotions and potions that I’ve collected from gifts, sales, and beauty boxes like Causebox and FabFitFun. I recently pulled out a new face mask that I had gotten in my Summer 2019 FabFitFun box and I really, really like it!

It is the Generation Clay Ultra Violet Brightening Purple Clay Mask and you can find it on the Generation Clay website or on Amazon. The cost ranges from $21.99 – $29.99.

The magical active ingredients are:

  • Davidson Plum: Brightens and rejuvenates dull, tired skin
  • Desert Lime: Hydrates and stimulates collagen
  • Bilberry: a Natural enzymatic exfoliator
  • Aloe Vera: Soothes and reduces redness

Sure, it all sounds like something yummy to put in a smoothie, but the benefits are touted as reducing free radical damage and slowing the aging process, boosting hydration and collagen production, brightening dull skin and fading dark spots, and reducing oil and minimizing the appearance of pores.

I don’t know about any of that. But I DO know that I really like the way my face feels and looks after I use the mask.

The mask goes on nice and thick and is a pretty purple color. As the clay dries, your skin gets tighter and tighter and the mask gets dry and light.

I leave it on for about 10 minutes and then add water and wash it off with a washrag. By using a washrag, rather than my hands, I get the clay off easily and also have a smidge more exfoliation as I remove the mask. Afterwards, I use my regular face lotion and I feel clean and bright and my skin is super smooth!

I had gotten out of my weekly mask habit, but now that I’m at home so much more I’m able to treat my skin a little bit nicer.

Do you do Mask Monday’s or some other weekly mask day?

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