Take a moment to think about everything you do throughout your week. To get to the office, you may have to travel to the city centre, where you’ll be exposed to vehicle fumes in the air. Perhaps you indulge in some after-work drinks with your gals, or go for a jog around your block? When the weekend arrives, you may head outdoors for a picnic or sunbathing at the pool.
The problem is that these activities could potentially damage your skin, making it essential that you care for it. L’Oréal Paris released their Pure Clay Masks, which you can use on a daily basis to achieve your most radiant skin. Since these products unsurprisingly flew off the racks, L’Oréal Paris extended the range by producing three Pure Clay Face Washes.
Each of them is designed to treat a different skin type, so you’ll find one that’s just right for you no matter which skin issues you may be facing. All three have a non-drying gel formula that develops into a foam once you lather it onto your skin. Plus, you’re guaranteed to see results from the first wash. Here’s more about the Pure Clay Face Washes:
1. Pure Clay Detox Wash
If your skin’s been a bit lacklustre, this one’s your best friend since it’ll brighten up your skin with its dose of black charcoal. By getting rid of impurities like excess oil and makeup residue, it’ll detoxify the surface of your skin.
2. Pure Clay Purity Wash
Struggle with oily skin? Then, you’ve got to try this. Enriched with eucalyptus, it’ll deeply cleanse your skin by removing impurities and excess oil. This will noticeably reduce your skin’s shiny appearance and leave it fresher than it’s ever been before!
3. Pure Clay Glow Scrub
Say goodbye to rough skin with this exfoliator, containing red algae extract. Every time you use it, it’ll release microbeads that eliminate dead skin cells to smoothen your skin. Your skin will be soft to the touch and boast a beautiful glow.
A 150ml tube of any Pure Clay Face Wash will cost you R99.95.
L’Oréal Paris is the official sponsor of season 2 of How Do I Look? South Africa, aired on Thursdays at 8pm, on E!, DStv channel 124.