I have viewed many television programs as well as read media print where the consumer analyst critiques various products and they don’t typically have a good report regarding these products. I’ve always thought, maybe a real consumer should give their assessment of these products since they would be the ones actually purchasing and using these products as part of their everyday lives as oppose to someone using them one time and giving their opinion. So if not me, then who?
Last Saturday afternoon I was running my typical errands and came across this product at my local drug store. The first thing that caught my attention was the word, NEW! marked on the product and we ladies are always looking for the latest “thing” in the world of beauty. When I picked up the product and began to read the claims: “Deep cleaning clay mask firms and tightens, improving skins elasticity for smooth, radiant skin.” I thought, “who doesn’t want radiant skin”. Since I don’t wear makeup (other then my staple…lipstick) I am always on the hunt for cleansers and toners. I have very sensitive skin so I always read the ingredients before I purchase a product and I noticed that one of the first ingredients listed was water, so I thought, this sounds like a good thing. I’ve read that the first ingredient listed on any product typically has the largest content within the product.
Excited to try my new find, I used it before bed that same evening. I noticed that the consistency of the product was very smooth going on. Some products tend to me very harsh, but I noticed the difference in this product immediately. Once you put the product on, you let it sit for about 5 to 10 minutes or until it hardens into a mask. Once I removed the mask, not only did my skin look radiant, it felt as smooth as silk! Who would have thought that this $3 product would give you such a wonderful result. So ladies, no need to pay the $75-$100.00 for the spa, indulge in your own spa experience in the comfort of your own home.