Finally got myself this clay mask and its apple cider vinegar sidekick yesterday from Healthy Options, SM Megamall!
Way cheaper than I thought. My total bill was only P 654 = P 225 for 475 ml Bragg’s Apple Cider Vinegar + P 429 for 1 lb Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay Mask. Ordering in Lazada would cost you around P 1,200.
Had to contemplate whether to buy this product or not for some months for the following reasons: 1) prices online were expensive; 2) other masks need not to be mixed anymore; and of course, 3) for fear it may not work on me.
My Skin Type
I have Combination Skin Type. My forehead (fivehead, actually) is always oily, same with my nose, while my cheeks stay fine throughout the day. Just like my family and friends, I also wonder why my forehead pimples almost never disappear, when the rest of my face stays clear. This has been my problem for quite a while now, even if I get facials monthly.
So I got really interested when I saw a friend’s post about this clay mask, saying it helps her save money on facials. It lead me to a research on the product and a lot of good reviews globally! Just had to know where I can get the two on the lowest price possible.
How To Use
To get started, you need non-metal spoon and bowl, and a non-metal brush to spread the mask onto your face. Ratio is 1:1 – 1 spoon of clay: spoon of apple cider vinegar. Mix until it becomes a paste, but don’t let it dry. Start painting your face!
You’ll smell the vinegar in the whole room, haha! As they say, you’ll feel your face pulsate and tighten. Then it hardens, becomes odorless and starts to crack.
Here’s how my face looked right after washing with warm water:
My face feels so clean and smooth! It freed my clogged pores at first use. Hopefully, it would actually help me save money on facials, as it solve all my pimple and white/blackhead problems after some time. Planning to use it twice a week.
Will post a follow-up review after a month! Have a great weekend, everyone! 🙂