Keeping My Skin Healthy On the Go with The Olay Pore Detox Clay Mask

Traveling does such a number on my skin. Long flights constantly leave my skin dehydrated, jetlag always leaves large circles under my eyes and the not so tasty airport food constantly leaves my pores clogged. That’s why when Olay released their new Clay Mask Sticks, I knew I had to give their Olay Pore Detox Black Charcoal Clay Face Mask Stick a try!

 

Since I was heading on a cruise with one of my besties (Megan from Lush to Blush) this past weekend, I decided to bring The Olay Pore Detox Face Mask Stick with me so we could have a mini-spa hour before docking in the Bahamas.

 

Most masks leave such a mess, but I was pleasantly surprised that the Pore Detox Mask Stick goes on smoothly without leaving residue all over your hands and the stick. It really is #allmasknomess!

 

Once I had it on my face, it felt very light and almost cooling in texture which completely caught me off guard! Every clay mask I’ve tried in the past once applied, leaves my skin feeling tight and dry as it hardens and crusts on my face. I’m happy to say that the Pore Detox Mask had the opposite effect- my skin instantly felt hydrated as the mask went to work! The Olay Pore Detox Mask is formulated with black charcoal & Kaolin clay to draw out impurities deep within pores while also reducing the look of pores- making my complexion clear and glowing!

 

This mask stands out to me because it truly feels like you’re getting a mini-spa treatment in just 10 minutes! My skin felt revived and hydrated the moment I washed the mask off. It goes to show that sometimes the best things really do come in small packages. I’ll be taking this mask everywhere with me since it’s the perfect carry-on size.

I would definitely recommend getting The Olay Pure Detox Black Charcoal Clay Mask Stick whether it’s for your next self-care Saturday session or just a nice pick me up after a tough day at work! Trust me your skin will thank you for it! Click here to grab yours now!

 

This is blog post is sponsored by Olay. All thoughts are my own.

Photography by Megan Mquilan.

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