Pammy Blogs Beauty: Spa Night at Home: NEW Pure-Clay Masks from L'Oreal!

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Spa Night at Home: NEW Pure-Clay Masks from L'Oreal!

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Spa Night at Home:

Do you treat yourself to "spa nights"? I do, but need to do so more often! I love the relaxation of a pampering beauty night at home. It is my little treat to myself. What can I say? Life is busy and hectic and sometimes I become my last priority...with two young kids under 5, I am constantly in demand and taking care of others. A spa night is a perfect way to pamper myself! 

Often my Spa Nights get inspired by new products! My latest discovery? L'Oreal's NEW collection of  Pure-Clay Masks! I love being able to find innovative and effective skincare at the drugstore. These new masks are awesome. With three formulas, there is one for every skin type. My combo skin varies from normal, to oily, to dry. So, I tend to pick a mask that best fits with the current condition of my skin. 

To find out more about the NEW collection of Pure-Clay Masks from L'Oreal, please click "read more" below! 



My Typical Spa Night:
I try to do a spa night at least one time a week. That usually involves an evening bath, candles, and a facial mask. Sometimes I add a mani/pedi, too. It just depends on my mood and how tired I am, lol. For nights that I am super tired, sometimes I just opt for a facial mask and a cup of herbal tea. No matter what, I make sure that I relax, unplug, and pamper myself. It is so important to give back to yourself after a long and busy (and sometimes even stressful) day. Honestly, my spa ritual only takes about 30 minutes tops and I always emerge from it relaxed and ready for bed! It is the perfect little treat for myself. I encourage all of you busy moms or overworked/overtired ladies to take some time for yourself. Give yourself an evening spa treat! 

L'Oreal's NEW Pure-Clay Masks:
The L'Oreal Pure-Clay Masks are like a high-end sensory skincare treat available right at the drugstore (for a drugstore price!). L'Oreal has a history of being innovative in skincare research. So, you know that you are getting the very best with these masks. Each L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask features a creamy clay texture for immediate transformation of skin and is suitable for all skin types. The masks are made with three mineral clays and other ingredients sourced from different regions around the world. Each of the three clay masks offers a unique benefit specific to that mask: one to detoxify, one to mattify and one to refine skin texture. The three mineral clay masks absorb impurities and oils. 

The Scoop:
  • The Masks: The three masks include: Pure-Clay Mask Purify & Mattify Mask, Pure-Clay Mask Detox & Brighten Mask, Pure-Clay Mask Exfoliate –Refining Treatment Mask
  • The L'Oreal Pure-Clay Masks retail for $12.99 each 
  • Available at Loreal Paris USA and drugstores nationwide

Here are the details about each mask, from L'oreal:


L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask Purify – Mattifying Treatment Mask
Comprised of three Pure Clays + Eucalyptus, the Pure-Clay Mask Purify – Mattifying Treatment Mask intensely draws out dirt, makeup and excess oil, unmasking clarified oil-controlled, refreshed skin. 

Key ingredients include:
  • EUCALYPTUS – absorbs impurities, unclog pores, and reduce excess shine
  • KAOLINITE – helps to rid the skin of built up unwanted impurities, without stripping away any natural oils. This clay absorbs skin impurities and helps to remove excess shine
  • MONTMORILLONITE – known for its purifying and rebalancing properties
  • GHASSOUL – also called rhassoul, is clay of volcanic origin. It is extracted in Morocco (Middle Atlas Mountains) where women use it in face masks and in poultices for their bodies

After immediate use, women saw that skin that was clean and clear and skin’s appearance looked healthier and purified.



L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask Exfoliate – Refining Treatment Mask
Comprised of three Pure Clays + Red Algae, the Pure-Clay Mask Exfoliate – Refining Treatment Mask intensely unclogs pore-by-pore and exfoliates rough texture, unmasking polished, pore-erased, smooth skin. 

Key ingredients include:
  • RED ALGAE – exfoliates dead skin cells, smooth imperfections, and tighten pores
  • KAOLINITE – helps to rid the skin of built up unwanted impurities, without stripping away any natural oils. This clay absorbs skin impurities and helps to remove excess shine
  • MONTMORILLONITE – known for its purifying and rebalancing properties
  • GHASSOUL – also called rhassoul, is clay of volcanic origin. It is extracted in Morocco (Middle Atlas Mountains) where women use it in face masks and in poultices for their bodies

After immediate use, women saw that skin texture looked more refined and smoother, and pores visibly minimized.



L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Mask Detox – Brightening Treatment Mask
Comprised of three Pure Clays + Charcoal, the Pure-Clay Mask Detox – Brightening Treatment Mask intensely remove toxins and dull skin cells to lighten complexion from within, unmasking purified, even, radiant skin. 

Key ingredients include:
  • CHARCOAL – reduces dull skin, increases luminosity and evens out skin tone
  • KAOLINITE – helps to rid the skin of built up unwanted impurities, without stripping away any natural oils. This clay absorbs skin impurities and helps to remove excess shine
  • MONTMORILLONITE – known for its purifying and rebalancing properties
  • GHASSOUL – also called rhassoul, is clay of volcanic origin. It is extracted in Morocco (Middle Atlas Mountains) where women use it in face masks and in poultices for their bodies

After immediate use, women saw dirt, dust and pollution removed from skin, resulting in an improved complexion and more even skin tone.


It is hard for me to pick a favorite of these mask! I really like them all. I tend to pick out which mask to use depending on how my skin is acting that day. Be sure to scope out the L'Oreal Pure-Clay Masks next time you are at the drugstore. 

I hope you enjoy your next spa-night at home! :) 



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1 comment:

Kiss & Make-up said...

These are just EVERYWHERE at the moment :-) I do like the idea of multimasking.



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