Saturday 4 August 2012

Cleopatra's Choice Review

When I was a pre teen and then a teen I remember that doing beauty makeovers with different kinds of masks was a favorite slumber party past time, and one I though was enjoyable. 
I remember trying to figure out how to get the raw oatmeal in water to stick to you fave or better yet the egg whites as they dried tightening your face to near unbearable tightness.....Well as I have grown up and had my babies the days of face masks and pampering seem to be behind me..That is why I was so thrilled to have the opportunity to review the Adovia Purifying Dead sea mud mask from Cleopatra's Choice!  

 I took a little me time and applied the mask and yes it is and both looks and smells like mud...clean mud...but mud.  I applied all over my face and sat to enjoy the quiet times.  After you apply you are supposed to let the mud mask dry before rinsing off which I did and was surprised to find my skin was fresh and healthy looking without the tightening feeling I had expected! 

The Cleopatra's Choice Adovia Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask is made from Dead Sea mud, Bee's wax ,Vitamin C, Jojoba oil, Evening Primrose oil, Olive oils, Chamomile, and Aloe Vera.  The mask is supposed to extract oil, debris, toxins and impurities from the skin that can clog pores and make the skin appear aged. It contains skin-soothing, anti-inflammatory agents and moisturizers. It is gentle and safe for all skin types. I have very sensitive skin and this product worked just great for me.  I love to feel pampered and this mask did the job!

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