EvanHealy French Rose Clay: Review

It's been awhile since I've done a product review so I'm back today to review and share my current favorite skin mask: The French Rose Clay mask by EvanHealy. I purchased this gem back in November of 2016 at my local Fresh Thyme - discovered it way before then, but due to pricing held off for quite awhile. Yes, the price of this jar was around $30 with tax included. A hefty price, so we better make sure this sucker is worth the cost right? Luckily, it was for me. First off, I want to talk about the box it came in. A cardboard box with a pink hue on the front, and colorful image on the back (not pictured) of I'm assuming the creator? Just a guess. It labels the ingredients, and there aren't many - a good sign already. I've come to realize that the less ingredients a product has, a good sign from the start. Ingredients listed included Pink Clay (Kaolinite) and Rhassoul (Moroccan Lava Clay). So far so good. For benefits, it states: 

"French Rose Clay with rhassoul is a gentle, exfoliating and polishing treatment appropriate for all skin conditions. Actively draws pimples and blackheads to the surface leaving skin clear, clean, and refreshed," 

and it then goes on to say, 

"Clay is alive. It is rich in silica, calcium, iron and magnesium. It shimmers with electromagnetic energy. Used for thousands of years to treat skin, it is appropriate for all skin conditions. Clay loosens clogged pores drawing impurities to the surface without dissolving the protective epidermal layer. It exfoliates dry, dead, skin cells increasing tone and clarity. It absorbs excess oil, refines and softens lines and wrinkles, and fades the appearance of hyper-pigmentation and scarring."

So, basically, it's marvelous. I checked the bottom of the box where it indicated that the product contains no preservatives, GMO's, parabens, or gluten. Gluten-free friends, you can use this! It also mentions the fact that it's vegan - yippee!! Handmade in California and as for the box, it is made from recycled materials. This company knows what they are doing. Ok, so onto the jar. A glass jar with some more descriptions on the side and top, it keeps a clean and minimal look. Once again, so far so good. 

Instructions include to mix equal parts of clay and water to make a creamy paste, and then to apply on the face and neck, leaving it to dry and then rinsing well. When I use this mask, I try to use as little of clay as possible to avoid wasting. You can always add, but you can't take away once you've added water, right? I prefer to use a small wooden bowl, and then I've learned it's easiest to apply face makes with a makeup brush! So I've set aside my Eco Tools brush just for all face masks and it's a great little system I've got going on. Typically, I like to leave the mask on for about ten minutes, and then taking a damp rag, I wash off all of the clay from my face and neck. 

I like this mask so much because it actually leaves my face feeling tight and refreshed. My pores seem smaller, and any off pigmentation I may have at the time seems to fade a bit. I usually only use this mask once or twice a week. Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes. Yes, I would. I know the price may seem heavy, but you can buy the smaller jar to start off with. If you're interested in checking the product out some more, click here to see it on the company website, or click the link down below to head directly to their website home page! 

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