When I do my weekly mask routine on a Sunday evening while vegeing out in front of the TV, I usually go for a sheet mask. Its quick and hydrating and cools down my skin. On days when I have more time, I go for a hydrating face mask to plump up the ol’ saggy skin. But once or twice a month, I start with a clay mask first.
A few months ago, I was sent a tub of Magnetic Clay Mask by Miracle Clay (Zionhealth), together with some samples of Adama body lotion and shampoo and conditioner. It would appear that Miracle Clay is actually the name of the online store, which sells various products for face, hair and body made from clay. I was quite intrigued by the Magnetic Clay mask, because my experience with clay masks is always hit or miss. I know they are usually targeted at those with oily skin or skin with blemishes and I have skin tending to the dry (thanks for catching up, age!) but this one promised to not dry out skin. That was interesting.