Dermalogica Clay Mask

by Emeri Callahan

Mar 12, 2019

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Products / Beauty

If you’re prone to breakouts and pesky zits while on the road, the Charcoal Rescue Masque from Dermalogica will turn into your new best friend. Whether it be from applying cheap sunscreen on the beach in Mexico or sweating underneath your ball cap hiking in the Himalayas, acne has a sudden way of popping up whenever it is least wanted.

 

The Charcoal Rescue Masque is an all-in-one treatment that detoxifies, brightens and invigorates your skin. Ingredients include volcanic ash, sea salt and bamboo extract to reduce congestion and get rid of zits while Chilean wild mint refines your pores for a clearer, more even complexion.

 

I’ve personally used this during a breakout while backpacking and, after only two uses, saw noticeably clearer and brighter skin. Not to mention, face masks always make for a fun girls’ night in. Since the treatment time is only three to five minutes, you can easily tack it onto your normal nighttime routine.

 

As seen on the website, Dermalogica is the No. 1 choice of skin care professionals and consumers worldwide. The quality ingredients and well-tested formulas make for products that cannot be beat. The travel-sized masque comes in a 2.5-ounce bottle for $47.

 

 

 

 

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