Sunday, February 22, 2015

Adovia Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask Review

Adovia is one of my favorite brands for mineral infused beauty products. In the past I've tried their shampoo, conditioner, eye gel, exfoliating salts, pure shea butter, moisturizer, and sulfur soap. Their products have always been effective and never disappointed me, so I was very excited when they offered me the opportunity to review their Purifying Mud Mask with Pure Dead Sea Mud!




The mask has a seemingly nice ingredients list, filled with lots of different nourishing vitamins and minerals. Upon further inspection, however, most of the ingredients in this mask are irritating to sensitive skin and/or a potential to cause clog pores and cause acne. You can view the cosdna analysis of the ingredients list here



The mask texture is smooth and creamy, I found it very easy to apply. The mud is very soothing and feels like a nice relaxing spa treatment on your skin. My favorite thing about this mud mask is that it doesn't dry to a hard crusty finish that hurts your face and is difficult and messy to remove. I find this mask dried to a soft finish that removes easily when massaging with water. 


Despite my acne-prone skin, I am very happy with this mask. I tend to break out very easily but this mask was soothing, moisturizing, and very calming to my face. I soothed redness and swelling from my acne and brightened my complexion. I highly recommend this mask for all skin types to at least give this a try.

You can learn more about, or purchase, the Adovia Purifying Mud Mask on their website.


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