Beauty product of the week: Jurlique purity specialist treatment mask
This is my secret to glowing skin in winter.
Why we love this product
There are just so many reasons why I love this product. For one, it smells amazing. It's just like a posh spa. And it's a double-duty product, acting as a relaxing mask and an exfoliant all in one.
After cleansing your skin, you apply a layer of this kaolin (a type of clay) mask to your skin and let it sit for 10 minutes or so. Then, instead of wiping it off like a regular mask, you add a tiny bit of water to reactivate it and then use it as you would a normal exfoliating scrub. After you wash it off, your skin is brighter and more radiant than ever. Or at least it is for me.
Clay masks cleanse the skin deeply by drawing impurities out of the skin and I feel this Jurlique mask does that particularly well. The exfoliating beads in this mask are made from apricot seed which is perfect for those of us who love grainy scrubs but hate microbeads.
The one downside is that according to Jurlique, you're supposed to prepare your skin with the Purity Specialist Compress Concentrate first, which is pretty pricey. However, I don't do this and I still get great results.
At $85, I'll admit this was a bit of a splurge. But I am a person that loves to invest in skin care. I don't bother with foundation for two or three days after using this product so it saves me time and money on expensive makeup. That's how I justify it.
Where you can buy it
You can buy this mask through the Jurlique store or you can pick it up at .
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