I've heard a lot of good things about the Superfacialist range from Una Brennan. The range has four different categories; Rose, Neroli, Vitamin C+ and Tea Flower. I am personally more drawn to the Tea Flower range as it is more suited to my skin. I've tried the Purify & Refresh Facial Scrub and I was impressed, so I was keen to try out more from this range. So, I decided to give the Pore Purifying Clay Mask a go as I've heard that it is a great budget clay mask and it claims to be 'A detoxifying mask to unclog pores and restore skin balance'.
The mask contains an ingredient that I know work well with my skin (Salicylic Acid), as well as a whole host of other skin-loving ingredients, such as dead sea mud, avocado oil (containing vitamin A, D and E) and acacia honey.
The consistency of this clay mask is actually quite thin compared to other clay masks that I've tried in the past, but that's actually a good thing because it takes less time to apply and remove and it gets to work much faster.
What I like the most about this mask is that when you apply it, your skin goes all tingly as you work it into your skin. You can really feel it getting to work on unclogging those pesky pores and clearing out all the impurities from your skin. It even works well at drying up blemishes without being too harsh or stripping on the skin.
I really do love using this mask, I usually use it once a week to keep my skin looking as clear as it can be and at £8.99, you can't really go wrong. However, I would say that it is definitely more suited to normal/combination/oily skin types as opposed to dry skin types as it feels as if it could be quite drying if you have dry skin. The rose range would probably be more suited to dry skin types as they have an Intense Moisture Mask, which I've also heard good things about and can see myself purchasing in the future.
What do you think of the Superfacialist range by Una Brennan? Have you tried anything from it? Or would you like to try anything from it? Let me know in the comments!