#BeautyReview: La Chloris French Sea Moisturizing Mud Mask

Happy Beauty Tuesday! I hope all of my readers have an amazing week so far. For today’s beauty review I’m sharing an amazing mud mask from La Chloris, I’ve been using this mask for a month now and I am obsessed with this product and I can’t wait to share all of the deets with you guys so keep on reading.

#beautyreview: la chloris French sea moisturizing mud mask

Description: Formulated with sea mud imported from the Isle de France. This clay possesses both a high mineral content sea properties that gently draws out impurities and moisturizers skin.


  • Draws out impurities and also balances sebum production
  • Strengthens skin barrier and supplies hydration
  • Both exfoliates and brightens skin, as a result it improves skin texture and skin tone

Directions: Apply to face and neck avoiding eye and mouth area’s. Then, allow approximately 20 minutes to dry. Rinse mud off with water. Oil can be added for extra moisture or combine with conditioner and use on hair as a scalp masque to re-mineralize hair and scalp.

Price: $28.00

This was my first time ever using a mud mask and I am so in love. After using this mask my skin is glowing, refreshed and so soft. I recommend this skin care product to all of you, it’s a little on the pricy side but I think it is definitely worth every penny and I will continue to add this to my skin care routine.

Have you used a mud mask before? Let me know in the comments.

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4 thoughts on “#BeautyReview: La Chloris French Sea Moisturizing Mud Mask

  1. Hey Chantel! How are you sweetie? I hope you’re doing well. I hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day. By the way,I love those Instagram pics you posted. The picture of you sitting on the stairs is beautiful. You look so gangsta lol Much love sweetie. 🙂

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