Dead Sea Spa Magik Mud Mask 75ml
This is available at Holland & Barrett.
Having used Dead Sea Spa Magik Mild Exfoliant with fantastic results I thought I should give the mud mask a go. The tube looks exactly the same as the mild exfoliant so again it won’t win any style awards but I don’t think this is what this brand is about.
How to use
I used the mild exfoliant first to clean my face before application. The mask itself is quite thick so you don’t need much and it does properly cover your face with black mud. I left it on longer than the recommended 5 minutes. It does take some effort to get off. I had to splash my face with water and also use a wet face cloth to remove the residue around my hair line.
My skin felt quite smooth and clean after I dried it and the mask definitely mops up the oil. I think if you use it 2-3 times a week you will see the benefit. My skin was much clearer and less blotchy. If you have combination skin or just an oily T-zone it would be ideal just to put on those areas. The smell is sea salty so it makes it feel like a real spa treatment.