Model Skincare Secret: Deep Cleansing Masks

For as long as I’ve been modelling (almost eleven years? Or is it twelve?) I’ve been using clay masks to help draw out impurities and keep my skin clear. I do find that you have to be a little bit organised with clay-based masks; they can be absolute dynamite at bringing all of the skin-crap to the surface. (Yes, “skin-crap” is a proper, medical phrase. Ahem.)

I must have tried dozens of deep cleansing masks, but the five shown in the video below are my current favourites and most-used. I’d say that the Omorovicza is my absolute “gold star” product, but I do use the Liz Earle very regularly too. The Glam Glow is properly, properly heavy-duty (Mr AMR loves this one!) and the Aromatherapy Associates version is a joy to use. The Neutrogena is the cheapest, and it has quite a tingle due to the (I think completely unnecessary) addition of menthol to the formula. Oh well, you get what you pay for, I suppose, and it’s £3.99! I still use it loads, but I do wish that people wouldn’t stick in extra bits and bobs just to make us feel as though the product is working!

All of the links are beneath the video pane – hope you enjoy this one. Deep Cleansing really is one of my top “model skincare secrets”!

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Products Shown:

Omorovicza Deep Cleansing Mask, £57 (5% off first order with newsletter sign-up and 10% back in loyalty points, free samples)

Neutrogena 2-in-1 Mask, £3.99:

Liz Earle Deep Cleansing Mask, £14 with cloths!

Aromatherapy Associates Deep Cleansing Mask, £32.50 with free worldwide delivery:

Glam Glow Mask, £49.99 with free worldwide delivery:

GADI Minerals Deep Sea Mask, £49.99:

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