I love Sukin's regular skin care line so when I saw the super greens range I had to give it a go. I decided on the mask because I adore clay masks and I was yet to find a great affordable one. This tub is $15.99 but you can often get it on sale at Chemist Warehouse or Priceline for under $10. When I first picked up the tub it seemed small but a little goes a long way making it even better value for money! It's great for the price and like the other Sukin products I have, it works hard while still being gentle.
The consistency is pretty thick but it's still super easy to spread around your face. Like all clay masks it does dry on the face and become slightly stiff but it doesn't get so hard that you can't move your face without cracking it. This is great because masks are supposed to be relaxing and fun, not an uncomfortable chore! Just pop it on, kick back for 15 minutes and wash away. It's easily removed with warm water and a damp face cloth.
It does give a deep clean and pull out anything from your pores that has to go but it isn't as effective as something similar like the Aesop Chamomile Concentrate Anti-Blemish masque or the Seacret Dead Sea Mud Mask in terms of completely removing blemishes. Having said that, those two masks are far more expensive and not something that I could incorporate into my routine on a regular basis at the moment. I also have to note, I like that it's in a tub because I find with thick masks that come in tubes you end up with a lot of wastage or a massive mess cutting open packaging to get to all the product.
Have you tried out any amazing clay masks?