Product Review: Sephora Collection Mud Mask (Purifying & Mattifying)

Several weeks ago I purchased the Sephora Collection Mud Mask from a Sephora store in St. Catharines. It retails for $25.00, and although it is hard to come by because quite often it is sold out, I managed to get my hands on a jar.

I have always wanted to experiment with the Glam Glow Supermud mask, however the cost is absolutely astronomical and I simply cannot justify spending close to one hundred dollars on a face mask that is literally washed down a drain. So, I did some research and learned that the Sephora Mud Mask has been considered to be a dupe for the Glam Glow mask, and I purchased it with high hopes.

The Sephora Mud Mask contains zinc and copper, and these ingredients are intended to draw impurities out from the skin. It is a great mask for any person who struggles with acne or clogged pores, and so far I am highly impressed with the performance of the mask. I enjoy using the mask as a spot treatment by applying a small dollop of the product to pimples and letting the mask remain on my skin overnight. When I wash the product off the next morning, the pimple has almost always reduced significantly in size.

The mask itself comes in a glass jar, and you get a decent amount of product for the minimal price. It also contains white clay, and according to its description on the Sephora website, ‘this mud mask cleanses and purifies pores, absorbs excess sebum, and reduces the appearance of blemishes without overdrying. Skin is left clean, matte, and soft after each use.’ I can personally attest to this claim, and it is certainly accurate in its description.

I definitely think this mask is a great alternative for some other higher-end mud masks, and again the price is unbeatable. I highly recommend giving it a try.

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