Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask Review

This mud mask is unlike any other facial mask I’ve used. In a good way! It’s the best I’ve used so far. It leaves my skin feeling fresh, soft and smooth after using it. It is easy to apply, and while it is on my face, it doesn’t make my face feel tight and uncomfortable like other face masks. The mud mask doesn’t crack as it is drying. It is easy to wash off and doesn’t leave my face feeling greasy after using. This mud mask is actually good for many uses, so it may be a while before I need to purchase another tube.

Amazon Product Description

“This Dead Sea Mud Mask contains 30 Treatments which lasts for 3-4 Months. Each treatment provides the ingredients and results of a $120 facial at a high end dermatology spa! Made with Pure Dead Sea Mud with the highest concentration of minerals – vital for facial skin treatment glow. This mask is made in Israel – by the Dead Sea experts and contains the highest and freshest concentration of Dead Sea Mud. Reduce Oil and Blackheads and get more clear and radiant skin. Works great for Eczema and Psoriasis as well due to Dead Sea salt and mud known properties that help relieve Eczema, Psoriasis and acne symptoms. Apply a layer to clean, dry skin once per week or as needed, as a facial mask for the whole face or as spot treatment for blackheads or pimples.”

  • Facial Mask Tightens and Purifies Pores leaving Clear, Younger Complexion
  • Dead Sea Mud Quickly Reduces Acne and Pimples
  • Over 21 Minerals Present in Dead Sea Mud Mask help to keep skin healthier and act as acne treatment
  • A Facial Dead Sea Mud Mask Facial Treatmet in Spas cost from $70-120. This Mask contains 30 Sessions!
  • Can be Used as Spot Treatment & Blackhead Remover

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