Monday, May 25, 2015

ADOVIA Purifying Mud Mask Review

ADOVIA is a unique skin care line, combining natural ingredients with modern science to formulate an effective blend of minerals and the finest herbal ingredients nature has to offer. These mineral-based products work to restore your skin's natural inner balance, allowing it to renew and rebuild itself to achieve visibly smoother, healthier and younger looking skin. ADOVIA's Purifying Mud Mask brings you closer to Mother Earth because of the ingredients that are responsibly gathered at The Dead Sea. I was excited to try yet another Dead Sea Mud Mask because I have loved using them in the past.

What does it do?

*Pulls out toxins and unclogs pores so your skin can breathe
*Pulls out excess oil while infusing your skin with needed minerals
*Improves your complexion by reducing blackheads, blemishes and acne
*Helps treat skin conditions such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis

What are the key ingredients?

*Dead Sea Mud - packed with more than 26 minerals essential for skin health
*Aloe Vera & Chamomile - provide natural moisture to the skin
*Vitamin A & C - improve complexion and smoothes skin
*Other ingredients include Jojoba Oil, Primrose Oil & Olive Oil

This natural mask boosts cell renewal and revitalizes your skin while tightening your pores. As the mask dries it gently pulls out toxins and impurities known to clog pores and cause visible signs of agin. I love doing facial masks. It makes me feel like I have been to the spa, but without leaving the home and spending way too much money. 10 minutes out of my day makes me feel revitalized and refreshed while deeply cleansing my skin. Compared to other mud masks that I have recently tried, ADOVIA's is much drier. It stays in place very easily due to the dry consistency. There is no strong scent, just a natural clean smell. I love the way this mask makes my skin feel. I just wear it for 10 minutes once per week and my skin feels tight and refreshed.

Purchase it here to try it yourself!

*Sponsored by Brandbacker

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