I have been using the new Olay Masks clay sticks for about 3 weeks now, and this addition has become such a part of my weekly skincare routine that I feel odd if I have a long day and don’t get my clay time in!
As much as I love fall, with it’s beautiful colors and chic layers that appear front and center in my closet, it brings along with it some major downsides for my skin. I usually feel my it take on a what I call the “fall/winter” feel. Dry and dull, and just not as fresh as I would love for it to look and feel. While I try to take the best daily care of my face and neck, as last seen here, I felt like I needed an extra boost to get that glow back.
Enter “Glow Boost” aka my little secret weapon, which I picked up from Walmart. This convenient little stick (the packaging is pure genius!) packs in it everything my tired winter skin was craving. After only about a week of use, I saw my glow return as well as a more even look to my skin’s appearance.
I have since tried all 3 clay mask sticks and each one gives its own great benefits. The “Fresh Reset” is pink, so naturally already a win for me, and is my go-to after an extra stressful day at work. It gives skin a calm fresh look, micro-polishes away clogging surface cells, and have I mentioned it’s pink? Hello perfect stocking stuffer!
I have tried all 3 but the Glow Boost is my first go to Olay Clay Mask
Last but certainly not least is the “Pore Detox”. With just 10 minutes on, and easy rinse off, this is my TGIF mask. It’s formulated with charcoal & kaolin clay and draws out those pesky deep impurities in your pores giving them a minimized appearance.
Rain rain go away, but my clay masks are here to stay! (Grace’s ‘make a rhyme’ homework packets are rubbing off on me!) Seriously though, if like me you are battling the downsides of cooler temps and harsh fall wind on your skin, grab the fab little Olay Masks clay stick. I promise it will be your bestie this fall!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Olay. The opinions and text are all mine.