I have a love-hate relationship with clay masks. They are amazing for my oily t-zone but tend to be too drying for my cheeks. So multi masking is a must for me if I do them. I usually have clay on my nose and forehead and a creamier mask on the rest of my face. But let’s face it, I am lazy and don’t like to wash off masks so don’t do clay nearly as much as I should.
Avon has the best of both worlds with their ANEW Clay Masks. These are creamy clay formulas so while they have kaolin clay to remove impurities, they are not as drying as most clay masks.
Multi Masking with Avon ANEW Clay Masks
Avon ANEW Clay Masks come in three formulas depending on your skin needs. All in light pastel colours and the same creamy formula.
- Purifying Avon ANEW Clay Mask. This off white clay mask has white charcoal powder for oily areas and is perfect for your t-zone. Even with the white charcoal mixed with kaolin clay, this is not as drying as most clay masks.
- Calming Avon ANEW Clay Mask. A light green mask that has aloe and kaolin clay to calm and sooth skin while removing impurities. This one is great for the red areas on my cheeks which tend to be the most sensitive.
- Brightening Avon ANEW Clay Mask. A light corally pink mask that contains citrus peel and kaolin clay to brighten dull skin while removing impurities. This is ideal for upper forehead and cheeks if you skip the calming one.
I really like the formula of these Avon AEW clay masks. They don’t quite dry down like most clay masks. They feel stiffer but not that cracking dried clay of many masks. That’s because they also contain Mango Seed Butter and oils to moisturize and give that creamy formula. My skin felt cleaner and less oily but not tight and dry like my usual clay mask.
If you didn’t know, you can shop from Avon without going through a representative. Just shop online and have your order delivered right to your door!