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Burt's Bees Pore Refining Mask with French Green Clay
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Burt's Bees Pore Refining Mask with French Green Clay

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Burt's Bees Pore Refining Mask with French Green Clay

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Reviewed on December 2, 2010

I love using this whenever I feel like my skin needs refreshed. If you can figure out how to get just the right amount of liquid in, it glides on smoothly and covers well--I use it over my entire face, not just as a spot treatment. It's easy to rinse off, and leaves my skin feeling clean and tingly. The package warns that it may cause brief redness, but I've never noticed anything.

This product does have added fragrance. However, I tend to be sensitive to fragrance and have had reactions to other Burt's products, and I have not had any problems with this product.


Reviewed on June 18, 2010

I use this mask once or twice a week and love it! It minimizes the big and clogged pores on and around my nose, and my skin feels refreshed and smooth. Just be careful when adding water or other liquid, because it's easy to make it too runny and then you end up wasting more of the clay to fix it. But the way they sell it makes it last longer, so I think the difficulty in mixing it is worth it! Give this a try. It works well on non inflamed acne.


Reviewed on March 30, 2010

As masks go, this is a pretty decent one to dry up existing acne and temporarily shrink pores. I find that for a day after using this mask, my skin is less oily too. My only real complaint is that when it comes to mixing the powder with water (or tomato juice - best!), there are no directions - it's pretty much trial and error to get the best consistency.