I have tried other facial mask from Valentia and was really happy with how they worked; I couldn’t wait to try these two new products the Valentia Skin Detoxifying Clay Mask and the Eternal Youth Exfoliating Scrub. #skindetoxifyingclaymask
First I want to tell you about the Skin Detoxifying Clay Mask . Clay mask are used to help gently remove excess oil and dirt. Valentia uses a natural kaolin clay and botanical based mask. Along with deeply cleaning your skin clay helps improve your skin tone and make you look younger. The clay mask mixture also included aloe vera to help moistures your skin, hibiscus & cranberry fibers to help firm and reinforce your skin, green and white tea to help fight aging and there are many more natural ingredients in the skin detoxifying clay mask that all work together to clean your skin and help you look younger.
The mask was very easy to use. You just apply generously to the face – avoiding the eye area. Leave on for about 20 minutes or until it dries. Then use a damp cloth to remove. I loved the way my skin felt after I used the mask. It was soft and felt really clean. I was happy that it didn’t get all dried out.
The second product was the Eternal Youth Exfoliating Scrub and I really like this product. This contains green and white tea along with 3 tropical butters. I loved how you feel a slight tingle as you use it. The scrub itself is thick, you can tell how good it is for your skin. It too will help your skin look younger and feel great!
It is easy to use and I use it a few times a week in the shower. You just take a small amount and with circular motion on face for gentle exfoliation. Then rinse off and your skin will look fresh and vibrant.
You can find both products on Amazon.com. I like both products and would use them again and again.
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