Monday, 11 May 2015

Mia's Review: Coast to Coast’s Outback Skin Brightening Red Clay Mask [Sponsored]

Drawing on the wisdom of indigenous plant knowledge and combining it with the very best in modern science, Coast to Coast is a range of pure and authentic skin, bath, body and hair care products, which deliver optimum results using powerful natural ingredients from Australia. It is a product range that embodies the beauty and purity of the Australian landscape.
Coast to Coast firmly says 'NO' to artificial colours, fragrances and animal testing, ensuring their range is worthy of our trust. They use natural and organic ingredients that have been grown, harvested, handled, processed and stored without the use of any pesticides, synthetic chemicals, phosphates, growth stimulants or antibiotics. The results are products formulated to simply reveal naturally beautiful skin.

Coast to Coast has a very interesting concept, and that is to divide their range into 3 collections: Coastal - For normal, dry or sensitive skin
Outback - For dehydrated, dull or uneven skin
Rainforest - For oily, combination or blemish prone skin

And I'm glad to be able to try out one of their outback range products, which is meant for dehydrated, dull or uneven skin, to give a luminous complexion.

Skin Brightening Red Clay Mask (Quandong & Kakadu Plum) - $39


Quench your skin with this vitamin packed Australian Red Clay mask, which combines the potent antioxidant properties of Kakadu Plum, Desert Lime and Desert Quandong to improve devitalised & tired looking skin. Contains iron and essential minerals to even-out skin tone, replenish dry skin and restore radiance.



Using it was simple and quick, just spread a generous layer onto the face, avoiding the eye and mouth area, and wash off after 10 minutes.

A cute toy bunny to make this selfie a little less scary looking....

Even though it's just a clay mask, I actually felt a strong warming sensation as though it's a self-warming mask. Apparently, it's because my skin was really dehydrated hence the warming sensation. And true enough, after a few uses, the warmth gradually gets cooler. 

Washing the mask off might take a while, depending on how generous you were with the application, and the immediate results for me was an unbelievably smooth skin and visibly brighter complexion.

For more information on the mask, and other awesome products by Coast to Coast, check out their website/e-store HERE

Till then,
Mia Foo

16 comments:

  1. Can't wait to try the mask personally!

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  2. This mask looks great. I do love a good face mask. $39 is a little expensive for me though.

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  3. you can try using a cloth to wipe it off for easy removal of the clay mask....

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  4. Clay masks are usually marketed towards oily skin. Great to see that there is one specifically made for us dry skin folks. Would love to try it out someday.

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  5. would love to see the 'after' photos after a few tries :)
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    1. I've posted the after photo (after 2 tries) on my IG. :)

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  6. I love using clay masks. I find they're the most effective for me. This looks like something I'd happily try! I'll bookmark the site for future purchasing :)

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  7. wow a mask that was warm but then gets cooler after a few uses sounds unique. this one wont suit my skin but maybe if my skin is behaving

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  8. It's always great when you see results instantly, glad this worked for you:) x
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  9. It looks like a really good mask. I love products that provide such results.

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  10. what a unique concept to using clay as a mask ingredients.
    please do take a picture before and after use :D

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  11. I have used green, blue, black, white, yellow clays but never used a red one before ;p this one looks really interesting.

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  12. Never heard of the brand before, but it does sounds great =)

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  13. Sounds like a great mask. I love using clay based masks, I feel as though they are more effective.

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  14. It sure sounds like a great mask, I do use a lot of clay masks too and will surely try this one out soon.
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  15. The mask looks like a great product. I would love to try it out and you look pretty in the photos :)

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