This mask did a great job of cleansing my pores without stripping my skin of its natural oils, leaving it feeling soft and supple afterward. The best part?
For the unfamiliar, Pure Beauty Glow is a skin-care line geared toward acne-prone skin created by aesthetician Sylvia Brownlee, who also owns a spa in Ohio by the same name.
The heroes of this at-home spa day operation were two masks from Pure Beauty Glow: the Decongestant Sulfur Masque ($30), and the Hydrate Me Masque ($40).
After applying onto my clean skin, letting it sit for 10 minutes, and rinsing with warm water, my face felt anything but dry.
It didn’t leave my skin feeling greasy or sticky, but instead soft to the touch.
I’ve tried clay masks in the past, but I typically avoid them because they leave my skin feeling tight and dry.
The Decongestant Sulfur Masque contains — you guessed it — sulfur, which dries up the blemish, plus bentonite and kaolin clay to absorb excess oil.
My next step was the Hydrate Me Masque, which is recommended for all skin types.
Who doesn't need an at-home spa day? https://t.co/BylTCzMN2T— POPSUGAR Beauty (@POPSUGARBeauty) August 26, 2020