L’Oreal Skincare Haul

Ever since I found out I was pregnant my face has been going crazy.

I’m a combination girl who only has breakouts when Auntie Flow comes.

But I guess since she’s mad that she won’t be coming for 9 straight months she decided to bless my face with weekly breakouts for the first 20 weeks of pregnancy.

However since week 21 your girl has been breakout free.

So Auntie Flow and your breakouts you both can

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I’m not sure if maybe now my body has regulated back to normal or maybe if it is because I’ve switched up my skincare routine but either way.

I’ve been break out free!

As a product junkie, I’m always on the hunt to test out new things and I came across these in the drugstore a couple of times before but I couldn’t justify paying $10-$12 (depending on which drugstore you pick them up from)

So I skipped out on them and continued to use the sheet masks that I had.

UNTIL… Walgreens had this amazing sale of buy 2 get 1 free and your girl had enough rewards points to basically get 2 for free.

So I bought them.

There are 3 different types of masks.

One to exfoliate and refine pores. Yes.

Another one detoxes and brightens. I already got that pregnancy glow but a girl can always shine some more.

And lastly

Here’s what they claim:

L’Oréal Skin Expert/Paris Pure-Clay Masks are designed for all skin types including sensitive skin. Each Pure-Clay Mask is made with three sourced mineral clays from the Mountains in Morocco, the South of England, and the USA.

Each mask is formulated with different ratios of clay ingredients that are specifically tailored for ideal absorption time:

Kaolinite is a fine, soft, particularly malleable, white clay with a high oil absorbing capacity. In cosmetology, kaolin is used in masks for its purifying effects on all types of skin.

Montmorillonite a green clay derived from igneous rocks of the smectite family, is creamy to the touch and swells up when it comes into contact with water. In cosmetology, it is known for its purifying and rebalancing properties.

Ghassoul also called rhassoul, is a red clay of volcanic origin. It is extracted in Morocco where the women use it in masks for the face and in bandages for the body. It softens the skin, eliminates dead cells on the surface which obstruct pores and regulates sebum secretion. Skin purified this way regains its clean-looking appearance

Fancy Right?

There is also a little graph to help you decide which mask is best for you.


ANNDDDDD you can even use them in combination to get a little detox, home spa like thing going on. I think I’m going to try mixing all three on a random Sunday to see if I actually get a home spa feeling.

Purify and Matify


Exfoliate & Refine Pores


Detox & Brighten 


Now that the colder months have arrived I’m revamping my skincare routine AGAIN and I figured why not test out these babies.

I’m going to use each 3x a week and will use my hands, a wash cloth and my spin for perfect skin brush to help with the exfoliation. I will update you all weekly on which mask works best and then decide what will be my winter mask.

The sale is still going on at Walgreens so if you are interested in checking out these masks now will be the perfect time.

Also, sign up for their rewards program so you can get points perks like your girl.

Have you tried any of these masks before? What are your thoughts?

Lastly, I’m on the hunt for a good cream cleanser. If you have any recommendations please comment below.

Until next time,

Peace and Love ❤


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