Multimasking with L’Oreal Paris Pure-Clay Masks

Egg on your face isn’t just a cliche but one of the many facial treatments I have tried over the years.

I’m a big fan of face masks, but I only heard of multimasking recently. Multimasking involves using more than one face mask at a time. Your forehead may have different issues than your cheeks, so using different masks for different needs is a simple but smart idea. I feel silly not to have tried it sooner.

BzzAgent recently sent me three L’Oreal Paris Pure-Clay Masks to try, which gave me an excuse to experiment with multimasking…

Treat all your skin's needs at one time with multimasking. I put three of L'Oreal Paris' Pure-Clay Masks to the multimasking test.

Exfoliate & Refine Clay Mask

Treat all your skin's needs at one time with multimasking. I put three of L'Oreal Paris' Pure-Clay Masks to the multimasking test.

This rose colored mask is designed to exfoliate and refine pores. Formulated with kaolin, montmorillonite, and Moroccan lava clays and enhanced with red algae extract, this slightly gritty and lightly scented mask promises to make skin look smoother and visibly minimize pores.

This was my least favorite of the three as I didn’t notice a great deal of difference after using it.

 Purify & Mattify Pure-Clay Mask

Treat all your skin's needs at one time with multimasking. I put three of L'Oreal Paris' Pure-Clay Masks to the multimasking test.

This minty green mask, also, uses kaolin, montmorillonite, and Moroccan lava clays but is enhanced with eucalyptus leaf extract in order to purify and mattify. Creamy but with a light scent, this mask guarantees smoother, less shiny looking skin.

I have combination skin, so I like using this mask on my t-zone.

Detox & Brighten Clay Mask

Treat all your skin's needs at one time with multimasking. I put three of L'Oreal Paris' Pure-Clay Masks to the multimasking test.

Like the other two masks in this line, this mask uses kaolin, montmorillonite, and Moroccan lava clays but is enhanced with charcoal. Promising brighter, smoother looking skin, this creamy, lightly scented mask is designed to detoxify your skin.

Discovery of MAC’s ‘Mineralize’ Volcanic Ash Exfoliator several years ago somehow led me down the slippery slope of charcoal beauty products. If charcoal is in the name, I will want to try it. Needless to say this is my favorite mask of the bunch. I like to use it on my cheeks and chin, but sometimes I skip the whole multimasking thing and just slather this mask allover.

Treat all your skin's needs at one time with multimasking. I put three of L'Oreal Paris' Pure-Clay Masks to the multimasking test.

Shop the Masks

These masks were sent to me to review, but all opinions stated are my own.

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28 comments

  1. I usually make my own clay masks but I’m a die hard L’Oreal fan so I obviously need to try these. Thanks for sharing, I would have never heard about these if it wasn’t for you

  2. Ohh, I used to do BzzAgent and somehow I’ve forgotten about them. I need to see if my account is still active. I have never thought of using different face masks on different problem areas, but this is a BRILLIANT idea!!!!

    Carrie
    curlycraftymom.com

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