Budget Skincare

Loreal Pure Clay Face Wash | Review

22nd February 2017 by naffy

Loreal Pure Clay Budget Skincare I recently shared with you my love for the Loreal Pure Clay Mask and following that Loreal have recently extended the line and released the Loreal Pure Clay Face Wash.

There are three of the Loreal Pure Clay Face Wash, each one to go with the corresponding face mask.

The first one is the Pure Clay Glow Scrub which is a gentle exfoliating scrub which you apply before the mask. I enjoy this and would use it in the shower just to give my face something extra. It is also great if you have dry sensitive skin as it will help to get rid of flaky skin, allowing fresh skin to come through. Like the mask, the Loreal Pure Clay Glow Scrub includes Red Algae to help brighten the face to give it a nice glow.

On days when I feel like my pores needs a good cleanse, I would turn to the Loreal Pure Clay Detox Face Wash. This wash is to help you clarify, clean, getting right in to the skin to get rid of the grim. The Charcoal helps to detox the face and clean out the pores.

The one I will probably not reach for often is the last one within the range and that is the Loreal Purity Face Wash. This is one my mum would love as she has combination skin and this helps to mattify the skin. I enjoy a little bit of glow so the words mattify can often put me off. Eucalyptus is actually great if you have spots and if you skin is feeling a bit congested so if that is you, this would be the for you.

Each of the face washes are made using the three pure clays which means when you go to apply it, the texture is slightly more thick in comparison to other face washes you have previously been use too but they go on the face easily and very gentle on the skin. It may confuse you but you do not need to leave it on the skin just apply it as you would a regular face wash

The Loreal Pure Clay Face Wash are normally £5.99, however if you grab them now, you will find them on offer for £3.99 so if you were thinking of giving them a go, now is the time to do it.

have you tried the Loreal Pure Clay Wash range? if you have let me know what you think.

  • Heather
    23rd February 2017 / Reply

    They sound great – I haven’t tried any Loreal skincare for ages x

    Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness x

  • Helen Nichols
    26th February 2017 / Reply

    I read about the masks from this line and thought that a matching face wash would be a nice idea…) Thank you for a helpful review!