The Mud Mask That Half The Internet Is Raving About
Twin sisters Emily and Sarah Hamilton spent a year developing their mask on a quest to champion Australian ingredients and save our skins while they were at it.
In April the sister’s launched the result – the Sand & Sky Purifying Pink Clay Mask. Within three months they’d sold a whopping 60,000 of the little pots. Then it arrived in the UK in July and 1000 people joined a waiting list to get their hands on it.
The mask is quickly becoming a cult product. So what’s all the fuss about?
What’s in it?
Australian Pink Clay is the active component working to improve skin tone and texture. Other ingredients like Aloe Vera for soothing effects, and kakadu plum, kelp, and organic mangosteen for brightening skin are added – are all sourced from Australia.
How does the mask help your skin?
Clay masks are best known for deep cleansing and decongesting skin and are suitable for all skin types. Sand & Sky Purifying Pink Clay Mask claims to draws out impurities that clog, minimises excess oil, refines pores, regulates sebum, combats pollution and reducing pigmentation.
Almost 92% of the customers who bought the mask reported on Sand & Sky’s website that they could see immediate results, while 83% said their skin felt cleansed and purified.
How to use it
Use the mask post-cleanse on dry, clean skin. Use the Sand & Sky brush to apply the mask to the face, leave it on for just 10 minutes and wash off with warm water.
Beauty Crush Recommended?
Yes. The drying clay isn’t a relaxing sensation but it washes off easily (unlike many clay masks). Skin does appear brighter and pores minimised.