November 24, 2019

Sheet Mask Sundays: The Kathleen Natural Edition

Please note, this was sent for my review.  

In this week’s edition of Sheetmask Sundays, it’s not actually a sheet mask but one with a little more shelf life – the Kathleen Natural Dead Sea Clay Mask. I was kindly sent this to review and here are my thoughts…

“This mask is perfect for oily, sensitive skin and keeps the skin looking healthy. The combination of clay and Dead Sea mud provides deep cleansing by drawing out dirt and toxins. The Dead Sea mud minerals provide healing to skin disorders and strengthen the skin cell membranes to promote a healthy balance of oils. It also acts as an aromatherapy product to soothe and relax your mood.” 

SUITABLE FOR

MY THOUGHTS?

As much as I profess I have dry skin I am blessed with an oily t-zone meaning my forehead and nose get quite shiny towards the end of the day. Blotting paper only does so much so it is important to implement a product into my skincare routine that helps deal with and manage a healthy balance of oils. 

After one use, the Kathleen Natural Dead Sea Clay MaskIt made my skin feel brighter and clearer. I can only imagine how beneficial it will with consistent use. Not only that masks can be mixed and match these days meaning you can treat your skin for it’s different needs. not only that your skin changes all year round so the mask can be used all year round! 

Post mask!

Find out more and purchase here. 

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Char xo  

Please note, this was sent for my review by the team at Kathleen Natural, all views are my own. 

4 responses to “Sheet Mask Sundays: The Kathleen Natural Edition”

  1. mariiacanoa says:

    It sounds so nice! I have dry skin so I very rarely use a mask like this. The texture looks lovely!

  2. mariiacanoa says:

    It sounds so nice! I have dry skin so I very rarely use a mask like this. The texture looks lovely!

  3. Elen Mai says:

    I love a good clay mask and this one sounds right up my street with the natural ingredients etc. It also sounds like it can work wonders, great review! xx
    El // welshwanderer.com

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