Zakia's Morocco The Perfect Skin Rejuvinator Face and Body Mask – Review

Zakia's Morocco The Perfect Skin Rejuvinator Face and Body Mask – Review

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Sara Hassan , 9 Comments
The first and one of the chief ingredients in this mask is Moroccon clay which is also known as Ghassoul -- a natural mineral clay mined in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Apart from rejuvenating the skin, the mask intends to target oily zones on the face and deep clean the pores. Keep reading to know if it works for me.

The Perfect Skin Rejuvinator Face and Body Mask

Help tone and refresh your face and body.  Using 7 specially chosen exotic plant extracts this clay mask will do wonders.  It is our newest addition to a long line of pure, natural and traditional skin care products.

The Ghassoul or Moroccan clay is a pure and natural argile saponifère extract from the Atlas mountains. Known the world over it has been used by Moroccan women for their entire bathing rituals, both body and hair.  Indeed, "Ghassoul" translated from Arabic is actually "the matter that cleanses".

Directions:
Use as a mask from head to toe helping to tone and soften your skin. It rejuvinates and regenerates the skin by removing dead skin cells that accumulates over time, removes black heads and rough patches and tightens the pores. It is also an excellent fortifier for the scalp and hair by reducing the secretion of sébum. 

No Parabens, No Pegs, No silicon, No mineral oil - just pure, organic  goodness for you face and body. 250 ml / 8.45 fl. oz

Zakia's Morocco The Perfect Skin Rejuvinator Face and Body Mask
Zakia's Morocco The Perfect Skin Rejuvinator Face and Body Mask

My thoughts
After going through the ingredients, I can tell that everything it has is natural. There are no preservatives, silicones or parabens; if you’re someone who digs organic products then you should definitely checkout this brand. You can find more details about the ingredients here.

To be honest, I have only used it two or three times and not as much as my sister has (who has an oily skin) because she’s quite impressed. I, on the other hand find it very drying for my combination skin if I use it very often. From both of our experiences, we find this mask very effective at clarifying the skin and deep cleaning pores with an added bonus of shrinking their appearance. Yes, it visibly reduces the pore size which is amazing!

The clay comes in a huge jar which is gonna last you a long time. As you can see in the photo above, the product is very finely milled. You just have to pour little water/rose water (which ever you prefer) on a tea spoon amount in a bowl and make a luscious paste. The scent is moderately strong but not in a bad way; it smells of herbs and plants to be precise. If you have used Henna, it pretty much smells like that because it has Lawsonia inermis (henna) in it but it doesn't stain my skin in case you are wondering.

The best part about it is that it feels very soothing on the skin. There is a slight minty sensation which is absolutely relaxing to cool you off on a hot summer day. As the mask dries, it tightens greatly so I would suggest applying a thin layer instead of a thick one which could feel a bit uncomfortable.  While rinsing off, I massage my skin for up to two to three minutes to buff away the dead skin cells. My skin definitely feels squeaky clean and smooth every time I use it. Since it could be drying, do not forget to moisturize. I personally haven't used it as a body mask because I prefer using a scrub but you can try that too.

Overall, I think it’s a good mask for combination to oily skin types. It's a quick fix for open pores and helps keep sebum in control.

You might like it if...
  • You have combination to oily skin type
  • It reduces the appearance of pores
  • It's all natural. No parabens, silicones or pegs
  • Your skin feels clean and smooth with its use
  • You are happy with the quantity
You might not like it if...
  • You have dry to normal skin type
  • The minty/tingling sensation bothers you
  • You have a sensitive skin
  • You are not fond of herbal scents
My rating
3.5/5

Zakia's Morocco The Perfect Skin Rejuvinator Face and Body Mask costs $19.99 and can be purchased from ZakiasMorocco.com. Catch Zakia's Morocco on Facebook to stay updated!


What do you think about clay masks? Which one's your favorite?


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9 comments :

  1. woo seems to be a good product for next summers:)

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  2. Sounds like an excellent product. Good review. Btw who wrote the ending? Emmm just saying, the rating says 3.5 but the pic below the rating marks it as 4.5

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  3. Sounds good, I have normal/dry skin to it's not for me <3 Nice review dear <3

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  4. Think it's a no no for my sensitive skin, I'm still a huge fan of Freeman's Ming and clay mask :), thanks for sharing it mite help so oilies though.

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  5. wow this one looks like a product for me :D would you rate it above or below queen Helen mint julep in performance?

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    1. Hey Shehrzad, Mint Julep doesn't dry out my skin like this one but it does perform well :)

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