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Today I am going to do a review on the Etude House AC Clinic Clay Pack. I`m totally in love with the Etude House`s AC Clinic line as you can probably tell by now. :P The clay pack is just a white mud type of masks. I use this mostly as a spot treatment sometimes, but it doesn`t do as good as the pink powder spot in my opinion. The clay pack really brings everything to the top when I have a pimple. On the packaging it says "Formulated with natural mud clay, salycylic acid and hinoki cyrpess extract, ac clinic clay pack nourishes and cleanses facial surface with an oil-free formula b removing facial oil and residues to prevent the onset of acne." I usually use this at night of course and sometimes I leave it overnight on my spots and it does a decent job. I also introduced this to my friend and she swears by it, it has cleared her face alot. I tend to use this once or twice a week, sometimes if I have a really huge spot then I`d use it two-three days in a row. I like the smell of the AC Clinic line, it smells really nice but it smells like medicine. This is the only clay pack I`ve ever tried and I really do like it but I think there could be a mask out there that doesn`t make your breakouts more red than they are o_O. For some reason this pack works on my skin but sometimes it makes the breakouts have pus, thats when I know it has brought out all the dirt. Maybe I`ll try the Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque because I`ve heard great reviews. Overall, I have repurchased the clay pack, this is my second tube and I like it, but I don`t love it enough to buy it a third time, since it does make my breakouts appear more red. That`s the only con I have with this mask. I like how the clay pack isn`t in a tub form like some mud masks could be packaged in. It`s more hygienic in a tube. So that`s it for my review, whats your favorite clay mask? :D
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