Alya Skin | Pink Clay Mask | Review Time

 

The Alya Skin pink clay mask is vegan and cruelty free. In addition, it is suitable for sensitive skin so it is the perfect mask to try if you, like me, hate those mask that feel really tight and make your skin uncomfortable.

The kaolin clay removes toxins and pollutants from the skin and stimulates regeneration of skin cells. It has has Aloe vera and pomegranate reduces skin inflammation and assists in removing eczema and acne. Plus adding in Witch Hazel provides anti-aging effects and helps to detox and tone the skin.

 First off the packaging is so cute! Definitely my style of packaging as its simple and PINK!  The mask comes in a nice jar with simple and elegant packaging

The texture was soooo creamy and thick, nearly impossible to fall from the packaging. Direction: Apply lightly on the skin, wait for 20 minutes and rinse with warm water. It turns from pink to light purple then white. As you can see on my face, it stretches my skin a little bit, I can’t smile or talk lol and feels really tight. 

The texture is different as the mask is more creamy, but I guess a much better word for it is formulation. The mask is super creamy as I was saying and it does not dry in the same way as other clay masks do. This ones stays a bit more wet thus making it super easy to remove compared to those that dry. That is just amazing as there is nothing worse than a clay mask that refuses to come off. 

Nowadays, it’s not only a trend. I am happy that people start to think about the cruelty process behind their beauty rituals. I am grateful and optimistic about the future of this industry since a lot of brands already free from animal testing. So kiss goodbye to your old-fashioned brand that still depends on innocent bunnies. 

Thanks for all the support, as always!
Remember to always follow your passion! xx

Taylor-blog

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