You’ll want to get down and dirty with this mud mask

Sunday night means one thing in my house… Mask night! A few evenings ago I was treating myself to 7th Heaven’s Passion Peel-Off Mask, and the hubs happened to walk in—and said he needed to a mask as well. Lucky for him, I had a sample of Omorovicza’s Ultramoor Mud Mask (from my Neiman Marcus Camp Gorgeous haul) sitting on my countertop so it was all his. I slathered it on his T-zone with a mask brush (which he did not find as soothing as I do) and then I realized I didn’t have enough product for the rest of his face, so I filled in the blank spots with Queen Helene’s Mint Julep Masque (a cheap beauty thrill if there’s ever been one).

The limited supply of the Omorovicza’s mask was the only downside, and the hubs’ skin looked and felt great after he managed to be patient enough to let it dry. And if you think this mask is made of mere mud (even if it’s Hungarian mud), guess again. In addition to nourishing, antioxidant- and moisture-rich Moor mud, it also contains detoxifying Hectorite clay along with exfoliating amino acids and marine polysaccharides for an intense anti-aging effect.

Full disclosure: The Omorovicza mask costs 30 times more than the Queen Helene (which is why I probably wouldn’t pick up the full size) but it certainly was a treat—at least for the hubs. But as they say, sharing is caring…

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