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How is this product different than the single use Dr. Jart Pore Purifying Mask?
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First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay

What it is:A 20-minute peel-off mask to detoxify, reduce pores, and control excess oil. What it is formulated to do:This mask treatment delivers immediately visible results akin to a professional treatment. In just 20 minutes the mask detoxifies and deeply purifies the complexion by drawing out skin impurities with a potent concentration of red clay. It regulates excess sebum, and eliminates clogged pores. In addition, mineral rich red clay reduces congestive pigmentation in problem areas where pimples previously formed and improves the skin’s texture. As the mask is peeled away, skin looks smoother, softer, and refreshed while pores appear visibly reduced. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know:All FAB products are allergy tested, free of artificial fragrances, dermatologist recommended, and safe for even the most sensitive skin.
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Questions & Answers for First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay

Texture and Appearance
Does this mask actually look and feel like red clay, or is it a clear gel?
asked 3 months, 2 weeks ago
(Roblin, MB, Canada)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
3 answers
answer 1
It's a clear gel that dries and then you peel it off, which not only is fun but you can feel it working!
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
(Boston, MA)
answer 2
It is a sheer reddish orange gel.
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
(St. Louis, MO)
answer 3
This product applies like a gel, not like a clay-like substance. Your face will be a light reddish color after applying.
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
(Boston, MA)
How does this compare with other popular clay masks for acne/blackheads?
I have little bumps on my forehead/cheeks and blackheads on my nose from clogged pores. I'm looking for a mask to get the oil & other gunk out of my pores and I'm not sure which one to get.
I've been looking at the Origins Clear Improvement Mask and the Boscia Luminizing Black Mask, and I want to know how this compares :) Thanks!
asked 3 months ago
(Sacramento, CA)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
3 answers
answer 1
I have used all three of these masks and to be completely honest they are all amazing!! However, I recently tried the First Aid red clay mask and it is my absolute favorite!! It was super easy to apply and remove, and left my skin feeling so soft and diminished the appearance of my blemishes only just one use. Definitely a must try!!
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
(Santa Monica, CA)
answer 2
I've tried all of those masks and the Origins Clear Improvement worked the best for me for that. I have combo/oily skin and get little bumps on my forehead sometimes. The Origins mask helped clear that up and made my skin overall feel smoother. The FAB mask is more gentle to me and not as effective.
answered 2 months, 1 week ago
(Nashville, TN)
answer 3
Hi! I have the Bosica Black Mask, GlamGlow and several others. IMO, the FAB mask is a LOT like the Bosica Black mask, with very similar results and formulas. The only difference is FAB is less expensive!
answered 3 months ago
(St. Louis, MO)
Review Authenticity
I'm curious as to why there are (9) reviews in a row from people who have just recently made accounts and have only reviewed 3-4 different First Aid Beauty products (giving all 5-star reviews)? It is nearly every review between Ccm61607 and ending with Leni617, a full page and a half of reviews. I was about to order this mask, and to be frank, it has completely put me off of First Aid products in general (as I assume it is reviewers for them, and not a Sephora issue). Very disappointed. I'd suggest Sephora monitor their reviews more closely.
asked 3 months ago
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
2 answers
answer 1
I dont know but I just tried it and it seriously HURTS now. My skin is red and irritated. I used it on half my face and the origins charcoal one on the other half. The clay side is still burning 30 mins later. Go get yourself a sample before you buy this!
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
(Ft Collins, CO)
answer 2
I wonder the same thing. I love looking at reviews and seeing a lot of positive reviews gives me a ton of confidence in using the product, especially for acne treatments. But when I buy and try it usually causes a mess of breakouts on my face when people say a certain product is a "miracle worker." I've also read posts on BT about sephora deleting certain reviews. If I were you I would look up reviews on a different website like Makeup Alley.
answered 2 months ago
(Honolulu, HI)
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