Morocco Ghassoul Creamy Mousse Pack Review
A good clay mask and an oily-skinned girl is a match made in heaven. Clay masks are my favorite. Not only does it suck the toxins out of your pores and exfoliate your skin without the abrasiveness of a scrub, but it also makes for funny photos and you can have a glass of wine while it dries (detox to retox, amirite?). ? See how the Morocco Ghassoul Creamy Mousse Pack by Too Cool For School (TCFS) holds up to my skincare standards!
Cleanse and tighten pores, Exfoliate and brighten skin, Keeps skin moisturizing
Many clay masks come in a little jar and oftentimes start to dry up. What I like about the TCFS Creamy Mousse Pack is that it comes in a spray can with a little stopper, so it won’t dry out as quickly as jarred clay masks. The product comes out in a mousse form, so there’s no need to dig or scoop it out of a container. It’s super easy to apply and use!
I applied the mousse all over my face, which gently exfoliated my skin as it contained teeny tiny (barely there) granules. I left the mask on for 20 minutes and rinsed it off. My skin felt so clean and tight. One thing that I took note about the drying phase was that once the mask dried, it didn’t start flaking off like some masks I’ve used in the past. It’s a bit annoying when you see dry/flaky crap all over your shirt. The best part was that it didn’t leave my skin feeling dry, like most masks tend to do. I still followed up with a moisturizer though!
What masks are you loving? Leave your favorites in the comments so that I can check them out. Also, use the #MaskMonday on Instagram or Twitter so that I can see your posts! I’m thinking about making #MaskMonday a new series on my blog, in which I’ll be reviewing various face masks/sheet masks. Be sure to check back next Monday for another mask review!
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Disclaimer: This is post is not sponsored. This product was purchased by myself and all opinions are my own. ?