Neemli Naturals Four Clay Face Mask and Body Wrap Review
I had got this face mask in my August Fab Bag. Those of you who have read the Innisfree Super Volcanic Pore Clay Mask review, would know that I don’t look forward to using clay masks since I basically have dry skin. However, the climate in Mumbai is very humid these days, making my skin greasy. Since I already had this lying in my cabinet, I decided to give it a try. Neemli Naturals claim their products are 100% natural and without any preservatives or chemicals.
Price Rs 550 for 75 gms
About Neemli Naturals Four Clay Face Mask and Body Wrap
The main function of our clay mask is to absorb the toxins and leave the skin dry and smooth. By using our clay mask on a regular basis, one can improve the circulation of the skin, remove dead skin cells, and give the skin a overall healthy glow.
Directions for use
Wash the face with warm water. Mix one table spoon of clay mask with 1 – 1.5 tablespoon of liquid of your choice – water/milk/floral water, etc. Spread evenly on the skin and let it dry for 10-15 minutes. After rinse with water.
French Red Clay, French Green Clay, Zeoloite Clay and Fuller’s earth
My Take on Neemli Naturals Four Clay Face Mask and Body Wrap
The clay mask comes in a powder form in a resealable pouch. The packaging is very basic and practical.
Texture – Fine, non-gritty
Color – Light brown powder
Fragrance – None
Like I mentioned before, my skin is dry, so I decided to mix it in whole milk. To my surprise, as soon as I mixed it in milk, it turned to a darker reddish brown or rusty color. I applied it and kept on for around 15 minutes. At the end of 15 minutes, it had almost dried. However, it did not have that extremely stretchy feel which most other clay masks give, just a subtle stretchy feel, indicating that the mask had dried. I washed it off with plain water.
It did not dry my skin excessively, but I did feel the need to follow up with a moisturizer. My skin definitely felt smoother and looked fresh. It did not break me out or irritate my skin. But I wouldn’t say there was a noticeable glow or anything like that.
Though it seems to be quite expensive for a clay mask, you need very little quantity at a time (a tablespoon) if you’re using it for your face and neck only.
- Contains French Red Clay, French Green Clay, Zeolite Clay and Fuller’s Earth
- Natural ingredients, no chemicals
- Makes skin smooth post usage
- Suitable for those with oily/combination skin
- Quite expensive for a clay mask
Would I recommend it?
If you have oily/combination skin and you don’t mind the price, this is a good chemical-free natural clay mask.