Sky Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask

November 2, 2017 | Beauty, Sky Organics | 10 Comments »


Sky Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask

Sky Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask

Is there anything more relaxing than slapping on a good face mask? Even though relaxing isn’t something I quite know how to do, I sure do like to try. I keep busy most days and it feels like I hardly get any time for myself. But I make it a point to set aside some me time so that I can at least try to unwind. Of course I still try and do some work while my face mask is drying. Like I said, I try.

One of my new favorite masks is the Dead Sea Mud Mask from Sky Organics. It’s a mineral rich, rejuvenating face mask. Their dead sea mud is sourced directly from the Dead Sea in Israel. They claim this mask clears acne, cleans and shrinks pores, tightens and smooths fine lines and wrinkles, and relieves dry, itchy, or irritated skin.

To use, apply a thin layer to clean skin avoiding eye and lip area. Leave on for 15 minutes. To remove, use warm water in a circular motion. They also advise you not to use more than once a week.

Sky Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask

Here are my thoughts. The first thing I noticed was that it didn’t have a strong scent. It’s pretty thick, but spreads out easily. A little goes a long way. After 15 minutes I wash it off. It’s a little difficult to remove, but if you keep working at it using circular motions it does come off. It would probably come off much easier with a warm washcloth, but my skin is too sensitive for all of that excess rubbing. Afterward I pat my face dry and am left with silky smooth skin. My skin is left feeling moisturized and looking fresh. I’ve used this mask during a few redness flare-ups and it relieves my skin almost immediately. Within an hour of washing off the mask my skin is usually more even and no longer dry or itchy. If you suffer from redness, I highly suggest giving this mask a try. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

I can’t comment on the acne as that’s not really an issue for me. Or at least it wasn’t during the times I tested it out. However, my pores do appear smaller and my skin feels cleaner without feeling tight or dry afterward. And as I mentioned, it does help with dry, itchy, and irritated skin. I was also surprised that it calmed down my redness. All things that make this mask a winner in my book!

Have you tried the Sky Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask? What masks are you loving at the moment?

*I received these products complimentary. I was not paid or compensated in any way to write this review. All opinions are completely my own.

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Product: Sky Organics Dead Sea Mud Mask
Price: $18.95
Purchase: skyorganics.us

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  1. I have tried a few Dead Sea Mud mask but never tried this brand before.
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  2. I love mud masks and having dry skin i like the factor that it doesn’t dry skin.
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  3. I love face packs and this one seems pretty effective!I would love to give this a try, thanks for sharing its review:)
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  4. Love dead sea products… would love to try this! Thanks for sharing! <3 – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
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  5. I definitely need to try this mask! It sounds like something I’d love, specially when I get skin flare ups..


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