Clay Mask, Pink Clay, Aloe Vera
Key words :French, Bio-Cosmetics, NATURAL, sensitive skins.
Ingredients :Kaolin, Aqua, Mentha Piperita Extract, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Glucoside, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Potassium Jojobate, Jojoba Alcohol, Propanediol, Benzyl Alcohol, Parfum.
The Key Ingredient in this product is Kaolin (at least, the “pink” clay is listed as such), infused with nourishing/protecting plant oils and Aloe. Kaolin is a type of – usually white – clay, that has ABSORBING and SOOTHING properties.So are the plant oils and the Aloe in this product.
Cattier makes a series of different – and very famous – clay masks, all intended for a specific skin type or skin condition. This “pink clay” version is meant for SENSITIVE skin and can, in fact, be used by ANY SKIN TYPE. It’s soft and gentle and will leave skin feeling pure and smooth. The one RULE to observe when using a clay mask is, however : DO NOT LET IT DRY on your skin (completely). That’s why I like to advise clay masks as QUICK FIX PURIFYING & BRIGHTENING products.
You can use it after coming home from work, or before going to a party, but it’s great for mornings also.Just apply and let it sit while you’re having a cup of coffee. You can even massage it for 2-3 minutes (even AROUND EYES) and you’ll look as fresh as you possibly could. Take it off with water and do what you always do. If you read my blog, you’ll know I recommend toning & a serum plus a (light) moisturizer.
Who can use this? Anyone looking for an “extra” cleansing step in her/his routine.
How ?Clean your skin, apply a generous layer, wait or massage for a few minutes, splash of or use a washcloth. Done !
Skintype: all, especially sensitive as it was formulated for these skin types.
Strong points: natural, gentle, uncomplicated; CATTIER is THE specialist in clay masks.
Weak points: for me personally, the smell is a bit too “earthy”. But that’s what you get after using too many (fragranced) French brands J
Available from: webshops like Natuurlijk Zuiver and many others. I got mine at DI Drugstore in Genk.