Today’s review will be two masks from the clay series, honey yellow and chamomile pink, and you can also find black and charcoal in the store.

Its formula is rich in nourishing chamomile extract and shea butter, as well as pink clay that absorbs sebum; its creamy texture makes the skin soft and moisturized without causing a burden; it is easy to apply and fix without slipping, allowing you to enjoy Continue your daily routine at work; it can be used alone or in combination with other clay masks to get more results on different areas of the face at the same time.

The mask has the formula I mentioned earlier, an odorless cream with the color corresponding to the clay, and it takes a long time to dry. Typical clay dries quickly and you will feel tight, but this is not the case here. Speaking of the results, I can’t see much difference between them, the skin is just slightly smoother and softer, nothing more. They will not provide any clean, moisturizing or radiant skin as promised by the manufacturer.

This mask makes my skin beautiful and moisturized. I also suffer from sensitive skin and my skin is very satisfied with it without any adverse reactions. The pink clay mask felt very calm on the skin, and some of my small red spots were not obvious after using it.

However, this special Kiko Pink Clay mask is designed to provide moisture to the skin, making it suitable for all skin types, including dry skin.




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