Today I’m going to review the green clay mask by Cattier that I’m currently using. There are several different kinds of organic clay masks by Cattier, but I’ve chosen the green (mint) one which is the most suitable for combination and oily skin.
Actually I have a combination skin type, so usually my skin within the T-zone is pretty oily but my cheeks get very dry from time to time. So I was wondering whether my cheeks would dry out after the mask.
The clay smells very minty and refreshing and is easy to apply on the face. It is a gentle treatment, so unlike a peeling cream it is soft and also contains lots of organic ingredients such as jojoba oil, peppermint and rosemary oil.
You should keep in mind though that the mask should not dry on the skin, so apply a thick coat and rinse it off when it starts to harden on your face.
The result was pretty satisfying – my skin was not dry nor irritated. In fact, my face got really soft and clean after the treatment. I did apply some moisturizing cream afterwards, but since the green clay is already moisturizing and nourishing it won’t be always neccessary, especially if you have normal skin.