Derma V10 Clay Mask Review

We all know by now how much I love my skincare, and giving my skin the love and pampering it needs every so often. So when the lovely people at DermaV10 offered to send my their three clay masks to review I couldn't resist.

Though before I accepted the opportunity I did have to do a little background research on the brand which I do for every brand that appears in my inbox. DermaV10's motto is "love yourself for less", aiming at being conscious of what's in the products and how much it costs. For a student, you couldn't ask for more. It's also all cruelty-free! So I'm all for it. Plus I think my Grandma and Mother have used their bio-oil before so the whole brand wasn't completely new to me.

But let's start talking about the products.

They come individually in their own little tubs and boxes. Each with a clear pot and a greenish blue lid. Honestly, the packaging reminds me of photos I've seen of the L'Oreal clay masks ones, but as for the comparison between the two products, I can't say since I haven't tried the L'Oreal masks since they are not cruelty-free.

The scent all these masks gives off is pretty much the same, a smell that reminds me somewhat of our doctor's office. I don't mind that smell but if you're one who really can't stand that sort of smell be warned.

Actual product wise, the consistency is slightly more runny than the other clay masks I've tried [thought that is very limited] but it does stick onto the face well. In the time it says on the box to have the mask on it doesn't dry hard though, it still very much feel like the product I put on my face when I'm taking it off. Despite that, my face does feel refreshed and clean after using any of these. So far I've been using the charcoal one on my t-zone and the eucalyptus around the rest of my face. I still have yet to actually try the red algae one since it's aim is brightening, but let's wait for uni to come around I'm sure it will have some use then.

The only problem I had with this product was the fact it didn't come with a spatula, though neither did my Body Shop clay mask, which would have been super helpful in getting out the product from the pots hygienically. If anyone knows where I can buy those mini spatulas that would be amazing.

Overall, I quite like this product. Though I prefer my clay masks to dry a little better the after result still leaves my face feeling good.

Have you used these clay masks? Or any other clay masks?

- Sophie

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*The product in this post were gifted, but all opinions are my own