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13 May 2013

Amie Spring Clean Cooling Clay Mask Review

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A few month ago I wrote a review of this very face mask based on a sachet that I received in a Beauty Box. Since then I have got my hands on the full size product so thought I would write a full review as it's my favourite high street mask for oily skin! 

Firstly Amie is a brand I have only discovered this year but I have been liking it more and more... I think this is because it's having more of a shop presence as I know you can now get the products from Boots and Waitrose (and other places I imagine). The line seems to be aimed at teens to twenties who have oily, blemished prone skin and want to treat it with skincare that is fairly nature. 

So this specific mask is free from Parabens and contains over 94% natural ingredients, such as organic peppermint, french white clay and lime butter, which all sound like lovely ingredients to me! It is also of course not tested on animals and is suitable for vegetarians.

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From my first sachet of this I knew it was a product I needed in my bathroom, as for a high street priced mask it really impressed me on the ingredients, how it felt on the skin and of course the glowy after results. You can read my first review of the face mask here for a more detailed idea of how much I like it and how it feels on the skin etc.

Since getting the 75ml full size version I have been applying this twice a week before I have a shower (I leave it on 10 minutes before getting in) then removing it in the shower as it is quite thick and does need removing with a flannel or muslin cloth. I really believe since using this the oily areas of my face (chin, nose) have started to produce less oil and I have noticed less blackheads which has really impressed me as I have tried so many face masks specifically for oily skin and the only one that has had similar results was one from Yes To Tomatoes costing £12 for 50ml.

In terms of consistency, smell, feel and results this really does get marks out of 10 from me. I really cannot fault it! Well except that I feel for £4.95 it should maybe contain more than 75ml of product. 

You can find this face mask in Waitrose, Boots and Boots online here

Fee xo.  

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