Are you in love with the Borghese Fango Clay mask? Then, you might fall in love this clay mask also. The éclos skin renewal clay mask leaves the skin soft and clean. The éclos skin renewal clay mask has the same smell as the Borghese Fango Clay mask. The color of the éclos skin renewal clay mask is a bit lighter than the Borghese Fango Clay mask.
Don’t you love my mud mask face? It’s attractive, right?
Anyway, the clay mask still has the same tingling effect as the Borghese Fango Clay mask. Unlike, the Borghese Fango Clay mask which tells you to apply a thick layer over your skin, the éclos clay mask recommends that you only apply a thin layer. This thin layer really does the job and will probably save you some money in the long run! When you use this Eclos mask, don’t forget to shake the bottle a bit to make sure everything is mixed well. If not, you might squeeze out some water like substance rather than the actual clay mask. Just shake the bottle a bit, so all the stuff in the mask is incorporated together because the substances in the mask tend to separate.
Much like the Borghese mask, the mask dries and leaves your skin really taut. Then you wash all of it off and feel your skin breathe. My skin feels moisturized, clean, and soft after applying this mask. I feel like my moisturizer and serums absorb better on to my skin after using this mask because all the gunk that was stuck in my pores are finally out!
The éclos clay mask only costs around $12 for a 5 ounce bottle. Compared to the Borghese mask, which costs more than $30 for 5 ounces! On Amazon, it’s $12.24 and free shipping if you have an order over $35! Or if you want to buy this mask in stores, Walgreens has this mask for $11.49.
What is your favorite mud mask?
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