Coast To Coast Red Clay Mask

Beat the heat this summer with Coast to Coast’s Signature Outback Collection. This revitalizing collection moisturizes, rejuvenates, and hydrates damaged skin, and has been specially formulated with antioxidant ingredients collected from the arid regions of Australia known as the Outback. The citrus fruits, such as Kakadu Plum, Desert Quandong and Desert Lime contain an abundance of Vitamin C, proteins and essential fatty acids to moisturize and protect skin against free radical damage, while refining, energizing and brightening the skin.

coast to coast red clay mask

Last weekend I spent a bit too much time in the sun and my skin was not feeling too great. It was dry, dull and a little burnt. Luckily I found this Coast to Coast Red Clay mask just waiting for my review!

The mask is a really nice thick texture that is easy to apply without being messy. The second the mask was on my face my skin started to feel better. The red clay felt so good on my sun burnt skin. I left the mask on for 10 minutes then washed it off with a warm wet cloth. My skin felt so soft and smooth after my treatment and it looked a million times better. This is a great mask for summer and I can’t wait to use it again.

 

Coast To Coast Skin Brightening Red Clay Mask
Quandong & Kakadu Plum
Quench your skin with this vitamin packed Australian Red Clay mask, which combines the potent antioxidant properties of Kakadu Plum, Desert Lime & Desert Quandong to improve devitalized & tired looking skin. Contains iron & essential minerals to even-out skin tone, replenish dry skin & restore radiance.

HOW TO USE INGREDIENTS
Apply once a week or as often as required. Spread a generous layer over the face, avoiding the eye & mouth area. Wait 10 minutes before rinsing off.

Availability: Ulta and Ulta.com

 

Disclosure: I was sent complimentary samples for potential review on the site. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.


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