HIMALAYA CLARIFYING MUD PACK combination to oily skin A mineral-rich pack that absorbs oil, clears clogged pores and remove blackheads and embedded impurities.
Earth’s benefits for the skin
What it does:
Himalaya’s Clarifying Mud Pack is a unique formulation of natural ingredients that refreshes and rejuvenates facial skin by absorbing excess oil and removing impurities. It is enriched with Walnut, which removes blackheads and dead cells, Fuller’s Earth, which removes deep-seated impurities. Mineral Clay improves circulation and makes skin soft and tender.
Walnut removes dirt, blackheads and dead cells.
Khus-Khus cleans and tones the facial skin.
Mineral Clay heals, improves circulation and keeps the skin fresh and soft.
Fuller’s Earth has cooling and anti-inflammatory properties that removes deep-seated dirt and pollutants.
Directions for use:
Cleanse face and neck. Apply Clarifying Mud Pack evenly all over face and neck, avoiding area around eyes and mouth. Let it dry for 10-15 minutes and remove with wet sponge/towel. Rinse with cool water. For best results use twice a week.
Yesterday in my Himalaya Herbals favorite products, I mentioned that this is one pack I cannot survive wihout, I suppose the purifying mud pack is only for oily but this one says combination and oily skin hence I thought I must review this. After our tryst with so many mud packs and face packs, we learn to settle fo something mediocre, but this pack has given me the best clarifying results like it says, always. I use it twice a week and on days when I want clear glowing skin asap before a party or the like.
The packs is like a multani pack, but smells strongly like some lemony soap mixed with some mud, but I like it,it is cheap but a fresh smell 😛 The consistence is very thick, I dont think you can dilute it but the pack needs to be spread well or you can focus on problem areas only. I apply it on wet face so I can spread it well.it has this slight tingling sensation and the packs also mentions the same, hence if you think Himalaya products cause some sensitivity to you, then skip this, I found it pretty normal and my skin has tried so much that it has become a little prone to such stuff but yes my skin falls in the sensitive acne prone category.
The packs take a while to dry, like any mud pack and then I suggest you take a shower so that the mud melts instead of you having to rub it off your skin. It instantly leaves skin even and clearer, looks like all the tan is gone and controls pimples too, absorbs oil and what not, it leaves the skin really clear like it says. Do not apply on sensitive or broken skin, very bad acne or open wounds, because it does tingle a bit, like more Himalaya products suggest on the pack.It leaves skin even and matte hence dry skin can definitely skip this 😛
This is by far the best pack for tanned,oily, pimple prone skin, to clarify and refresh skin, I don’t suggest this to very sensitive skin, but if Himalaya packs work fine for your sensitive skin, please do try this, I have two tubes at home all the time so that I dont have to go desperate when one finishes.My only problem is that after a couple of months, it dilutes on it own, so I am not sure what to say to that plus it might smell too strong ofr a few of us,otherwise superb!
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