Hey all! We’re starting off #MaskMonday with a mask I half-heartedly promised I would review when I hauled it but I just haven’t gotten to it. This is the Clickr No More Derma Drama mask which I scored from Winners on clearance for only $5. I haven’t heard of this brand before but based on the packaging, I would say it is a teen-targeted mask. When I was looking st it, however, it hits all my trouble spots so I thought I would try it.
This mask has a whole handful of promises: detoxifies clogged pores, brightens and smoothes, extracts trouble making bacteria and suitable for all skin types. It specifies that it is for young skin though I am not entirely sure why that would matter. Finally, it boasts a gentle formula suitable for sensitive skin. When looking at the ingredients, there are a few more details. It mentions it’s purposeful ingredients which heal sun damage and speed skin healing. What struck me as really odd about this is what you apply it while your face is wet. So, so weird to me and it took some getting used to before I feel like I got the hang of it. I was also particularly excited about the “hot mask” idea but this mask did not live up to my expectations of a hot mask. It had a slight tingle at first but I would call this more cooling when applied than hot.
I know that this is not the point but oh wow, does this mask smell good. I don’t even know if I can describe it but it smells kind of like vanilla ice cream but not cold. The texture ends up quite thin when applied over wet skin but ends up drying evenly and quickly. As it dries, it is soft and movable unlike many clay masks I’ve used before which makes it easier to wash off and gentler. My skin is softer after a few uses but as for its many other claims, it’s hard to tell. This acts quite like a clay mask in terms of pulling out oil from the pores but it’s unique in how it applies and dries compared to other masks I have used.
The final thing I can comment on is that I found it worked alright for my oily, not overly sensitive skin, but Roxanne did get a rash from this product. To me, that means it may not be for either dry or sensitive skin types like hers.
So is it worth it? This mask seems to disappear into the mountain of masks I have. It doesn’t provide instant results, it doesn’t do anything more for me than my other clay masks but if you’re looking for something gentle, this does seem to have that down pat. From what I can tell, this mask can only be found on ebay and Amazon so if you’re interested in giving it a try for yourself, that’s your best bet! Let me know what you want me to review next!
Til next time, ttfn x