Blue Labelle Moroccan Spa Rhassoul Lava Clay Mask Review

August 30, 2016By 0 Comments

Blue Labelle Moroccan Spa Rhassoul Lava Clay mask

Around this time last year, I first discovered Blue Labelle, a 100% vegan beauty brand based in the U.K. They make some of the most luxurious and exquisite all-natural skincare goodies evah. Seriously, it wasn’t until I tried their Petitgrain & Tamanu Cleansing Oil cleansing oil [somewhat reluctantly because oil cleansing sounded so counter-intuitive] that I became HOOKED on the OCM (Oil Cleansing Method). Now I totally swear by it. You can read my post on that here.

Anyhoo, when Pascale, Blue Labelle founder, reached out to me to see if I’d be interested in trying her new Moroccan Spa clay mask, I say yes with zero hesitation.

face mask

Blue Labelle’s Moroccan Spa Rhassoul Lava Clay Mask comes in powder form. You activate with water or hydrosol (floral water) and you can use it in a few different ways: as a face mask, hair wash, body wash, or scrub. I’ve only tried this out as a face mask (and I actually mixed it with jojoba oil), and it was such a lovely treat. As with most clay masks, I could almost feel the gunk and toxins being drawn to the surface of my skin. My face always feels refreshed and glow-y when I rock this bad boy.

A bit bout Rhassoul clay: It’s only found at the foot of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, dug out by hand and simply washed and dried in the sun. It has superior mineral content to other clays, including magnesium and iron. It has incredible absorbing properties and does an excellent job at drawing toxins from the skin.

This cute lil’ set came a bamboo spoon and a bamboo brush (for application). This would make a great gift, dontcha think?

Blue Labella face mask

If you’re excited to try Blue Labelle‘s luxurious, all-natural skincare, you can save $ with discount code Sunny10 when checking out at here (valid through September 30th, one use per person, min. spend $20, can be used across the site apart from on Kits or Hemp cloths (when bought on their own) and sale items.

What is your current favorite clay-based facial mask?

Sample was provided for review. Opinions are my own.

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Longtime vegan, hardcore compassionate beauty junkie, serious cake aficionado, and lover of all things floofy and sparkly! If there's something in particular you'd like me to review, drop me a line at Sunny@VeganBeautyReview.com. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Google +.

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