The first question that came to mind when I heard about FaceTox was if it is some sort of a detoxifying oral supplement for the skin. I was relieved when I learned that it's actually an organic detoxifying face mask because I love masking.
Now, I'd like to first give a preface on my skin condition, so you have a better understanding of how well the mask could work on someone with a similar skin type. I have combination skin, and my face is drier in the U-zone. I also have overzealous acne (come on, puberty. I thought I was done with you 10 years ago). Aside from that, I also have congested pores, dull complexion, excessive sebum production, and my face is almost always shiny.
With that out of the way, let's start talking more about this organic mask that has taken over the U.K. by storm.
FaceTox is made by a U.K.-based company whose primary goal is to offer organic products created using natural methods. Their products are said to be 100 per cent cruelty-free, paraben-free, organic and vegan-friendly.
FaceTox uses a blend of natural healing Aztec clay, Rhassoul clay and 100 per cent organic rosewater in its formulation, which works together to deliver the following key claims: draw out external toxins, restore skin tissue, extract and prevent blackheads, shrink pores, minimise scars, reduce skin redness, even out skin tone – at the end of the day leaving the skin feeling soft and smooth.