Stark Skincare Green Tea Detox Clay Mask Review

Apr
9th
2012

T&J

Rating:

10

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When I contacted the founder of Stark Skincare to request samples, she seemed just as eager for me to try her products as I was to try them. Jessica’s enthusiasm, combined with her confidence in her products’ ability to improve “slightly oily skin, with an occasional blemish” were all the assurance I needed! The first of the four samples I tried was the Green Tea Detox Clay Mask, and that’s the gem I’ll be reviewing today.

Ingredients (provided by Jessica and soon to be up at starkskincare.com)- “Moroccan lava clay (Rhassoul), Montmorillonite (French Green Clay) ,Camellia sinensis (green tea) extract, Pumila Mill (apple) fruit extract, Citrus aurantifolia (lime) fruit extract”

The preliminary report I created for this product in the Cosmetics Database gives it a low hazard score of zero, with no individual ingredients having a hazard score above a two.

Some great things about this product:

1. Along with all other Stark Skincare products, it’s free of synthetic dyes, fragrances, preservatives, and surfactants.

2. It’s vegan and cruelty-free.

3. It comes in a reusable glass jar, which is nice for me and the environment!

Product Description(provided at starkskincare.com)- “This blend of clay, green tea and fruit extracts creates a deceptively simple, mask that goes a long way to purify and detox your skin, while leaving it soft and supple. Perfect to use as a spot treatment or as a weekly mask to brighten any complexion, by simply adding a few drops of your favourite liquid (green tea, pure fruit juice, water or honey for dry skin types) to ½ a teaspoon of the dry mask. Apply a thin, even layer and wash with warm water once it has completely dried (about 10 minutes). ”

Price- $30 for a 2 oz. glass jar. Considering how little is needed for a weekly mask or to spot treat the occasional blemish, I’d say this is a very reasonable price.

Performance- I’ve been meaning to invest in another clay mask since I ran out of Indian Healing Clay, so this sample couldn’t have come at a better time. Already I’ve used it a few times as an all over face mask and several times to spot treat blemishes.  My skin feels brighter, softer, and seems to have a more even tone after applying and removing this product. It leaves blemishes less inflamed and seems to shorten the length of time they’re around. Needless to say, I am a fan.

Scent- Mild and pleasant, like the dreamy lime popsicles of my childhood.

Rating- 10/10.

Would I purchase this item again? Absolutely I would!

 

*Product was provided by Stark Skincare. Opinions are all mine.

 

P.S. Any readers in Canada should be especially excited about this line of products, since that’s where they’re made. ; )

P.S.S. Check out Jessica’s blog for contests, information on the benefits of certain natural ingredients, and plenty of other fun stuff!

 


by Dawn Grimes


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  • http://samvidbeauty.com/ Kourtney L.

    Not to mention they have a really beautiful looking product.

  • Anonymous

    You are so right, Kourtney! I can’t believe I forgot to mention that. The beautiful packaging is what initially caught my eye. :)

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