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Does the $9 Aztec Clay Mask actually work? Review with before and after photos |
  • Does the $9 Aztec Clay Mask actually work? Review with before and after photos

  • 13 June 2018 by 0 Comments

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Aztec Secret

I’ve tried a lot of face masks in my life — from $6 impulse purchases to $80 award-winning at-home facials  — and nothing has worked as well for clarity as this giant $9 tub of the Aztec Secret Clay Mask.

It has almost 13,00 reviews on Amazon, and after seeing it all over the internet and having a colleague call it her ”most recommended product,” I gave it a shot.

It basically acts like a vacuum for your pores in the 5-10 minutes it’s on. The 100% natural calcium bentonite clay draws out all the impurities deep in your skin, improving overall texture.

The Aztec Clay Cara Daftar Judi Bola Mask works better than anything else I’ve tried. It has markedly improved the clarity, texture, and tone of my skin.

There are a few things that the majority of people who know me would be able to recite off-the-cuff that I love. That list would include the Scribd reading app, comfort and convenience in general (twill flannel-like sheets, fluffy robes, and non-spilling wine glasses), and, lastly, face masks.

For the last few years, face masks have been a pivotal part of ‘relaxing’ for me. Long day? throw on a face mask! Horrible commute? Face mask. It became the creature comfort version of Penicillin for every daily ill.

While I’ve tried everything from the Allure Best of Beauty 2017 $80 TLC Babyface Facial to whatever was under $6 in the TJ Maxx pile, the changes were always minimal or too fleeting to warrant much shouting from the rooftops or jazz hands in the streets. Sheet masks and hydration masks always moisturized wonderfully, but clay masks remained entertainingly garish and lavish (so, more mentally helpful) rather than actually noticeably improving the clarity, texture, and tone of my skin. 

That is, until I tried the $9 Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Mask that has almost 13,000 reviews on Amazon and a 4.4-star rating. Even though I’ve been obsessed with face masks for years, this is the only one that I would go so far as to claim has actually markedly (and for the longterm) improved my skin. After a couple weeks of using it once a week, my temperamental combination skin is smoother, clearer, and a more even tone overall. 

The Aztec Clay Mask basically acts like a vacuum for your pores in the 5-10 minutes it’s on. The 100% natural calcium bentonite clay draws out all the impurities deep in your skin for what has been called ‘the world’s most powerful facial’. I can’t say it’s “the world’s most” anything, but it is the first thing I have ever used that wasn’t prescribed by a dermatologist and actually works. In fact, it’s the first topical treatment I’ve ever used (prescribed or not) that has actually worked. 

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