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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:This product is an Allure Best of Beauty winner. All FAB products are allergy tested, free of artificial fragrances, dermatologist recommended, and safe for even the most sensitive skin.
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36 Answers
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Questions & Answers for First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay

Question
Texture and Appearance
Does this mask actually look and feel like red clay, or is it a clear gel?
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
PrincessJaber
(Roblin, MB, Canada)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
8 answers
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answer 1
Texture is like a thick gel- I need to knead the tube to get it out. And you need to use plenty of this to be able to properly peel off.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
margieebee
(Bismarck, North Dakota)
answer 2
It's a clear sticky red gel. Like the texture of honey
answered 9 months ago
jjensen
answer 3
No, it doesn't feel like other clay masks I've used. It's transparent on the skin and definitely has a thick gel-like texture. It goes on pretty smoothly, dries and then is peeled off.
answered 10 months ago
thisiscarli
answer 4
It's red in color and definitely has a clay-like texture.
answered 10 months ago
tnw1113
(Jupiter, FL)
answer 5
The red clay mask is not heavy like clay, it is more emollient gel like, a bit goopy to put on but dries to a comfortable cleansing and tightening mask.
answered 10 months ago
kcbythec
(St. Margarets Bay, N.S.)
answer 6
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 1 year, 2 months ago
Nani314
(Boston, MA)
answer 7
It is a sheer reddish orange gel.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
marydiva
(St. Louis, MO)
answer 8
This product applies like a gel, not like a clay-like substance. Your face will be a light reddish color after applying.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
vibmeghan
(Boston, MA)
Question
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 1 year, 2 months ago
kariessa
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
6 answers
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answer 1
I am so sorry those reviews put you off because I am a normal, no mess no fuss gal and I really like this product. I agree with you that sometimes reviews that are too effusive can make one a bit suspicious. I overlooked them in this case because I am a biochemist by training and was happy with the ingredient list for this product.
answered 9 months ago
FeralBallerina
(Colorado)
answer 2
I am glad they've made it available for a sample. My question (and the reviews I mentioned) actually all posted a few months ago, when the product first came out. I do wish they'd add an easy way to see when people ask/answer questions :)
answered 10 months ago
kariessa
answer 3
This mask is available as a sample from Sephora right now (which is how I found out about it), so the increased number in reviews may be from people getting the samples and enjoying them.
answered 10 months ago
fauwl
answer 4
I am a FAB lover and a real person. I personally was amazed at the result from FAB red clay mask. For the first time in many years I have found a product that not only I can use with my skin irritations but a product that provides excellent results. I would freely recommend FAB to anyone with or without skin sensitivities.
answered 10 months ago
kcbythec
(St. Margarets Bay, N.S.)
answer 5
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 year, 1 month ago
nerbear
(Ft Collins, CO)
answer 6
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 1 year, 1 month ago
chanlove
(Honolulu, HI)
Question
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 1 year, 2 months ago
lynnsie
(Sacramento, CA)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
5 answers
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answer 1
I used the Bosica's Black mask and, it did not deliver the same results. With White heads I noticed that the mask the pus that was in there. Obviously if it's a really big pimple it will not take everything out, but if it's smaller most of the stuff will come out. When it came to the blackheads it has been a longer process for me. But, I can see improvement. I haven't seen a huge improvement in pore size, but I didn't buy the mask to reduce the size of my pores (even though they are on the larger size).

Other masks I have tried have not made my skill feel nearly as good or soft. The Bosica one actually hurt to peel off, and I felt like I was using a good portion of the bottle just to get a think enough layer to cover my face.
answered 7 months ago
Alexa92
answer 2
I have used Origin products as well as Biore strips and several other clay masks. So far I have only tried this product once, but I was VERY impressed. I'm looking forward to ordering the full-size version and using it again. I think it is much more effective than other products.
answered 10 months ago
fauwl
answer 3
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 year ago
SarahNicole89
(Santa Monica, CA)
answer 4
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 1 year, 1 month ago
properlylost
(Nashville, TN)
answer 5
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 1 year, 2 months ago
marydiva
(St. Louis, MO)
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Did anyone else break out after using this?
I got a sample of this and thought the application and peeling was easy enough and pretty cool, although a little painful! Then the next day, I noticed major breaking out. Little tiny zits and inflamed pores. I still have half of the sample left and unsure if I should use it. If this is part of the purging process then I'm ok with it, but what if this is the reaction I get every time I use this? I will not purchase full size until I get some answers!
asked 10 months ago
beautyguruwanbe
(Vancouver, BC)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
4 answers
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answer 1
i have acne prone skin and never break out after using this product. in fact, my skin gets clearer.
answered 3 months, 2 weeks ago
bellalils
(toronto, ON)
answer 2
Look on line regarding the properties of red clay, you will find this reaction is expected as it pulls skin impurities to the surface. This in turn will cause breakouts, but theses "should" subside as the pores clear. So if your skin is heavily congested breakouts will happen.
answered 8 months ago
AzureBlu
(St. Louis)
answer 3
I had a new surficial whitehead after the first time using it. I believe that those are due to toxins being literally drawn to the skin surface. As the skin clears with use, I'm pretty sure this should reduce.
answered 9 months ago
ArchaeoChick
(Knoxville, TN)
answer 4
This product is my go to facial for once per week. I have tried so many with sensitive fair skin and rosacea and exema I thought it was worth the try with a free sample. Well the sample was big enough for two peels and I was converted. The first time I used it I was not too sure, think I may have had a few little tiny little patches not quite a pimple but went away the next day and were barely visible. Now I'm seeing that it helps the fine lines around the eyes crows feet etc are nice and plump for a few days after so I look forward to the next one.
answered 10 months ago
kcbythec
(St. Margarets Bay, N.S.)
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Whats the right way to use it?
When I use a face mask, I wash my face then put it on, leave it on for however long it calls for, then I rinse it off (or if its a peel mask I peel it off) my face, then I use my cleanser, toner, and moisturizer. Is that the wrong way to use it?
asked 9 months ago
VentureBros2021
(Tallahassee, FL)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
4 answers
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answer 1
I don't know that you are necessarily wrong, but I always wash, mask, treatment, and then moisturize. I feel like if the mask has any special ingredients, I don't want to wash them off :)
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Pettus
(Cherokee Village, AR)
answer 2
Under the picture of the product, there is a short tutorial on how to use it! The video is also on the First Aid Beauty website.
answered 8 months ago
lindseytruch
(Raleigh, NC)
answer 3
Peel it off, part of the fun.
answered 8 months ago
AzureBlu
(St. Louis)
answer 4
I think it is about personal preference and how your skin feels afterwards. I have this mask and I usually at least wipe my face with a damp washcloth to remove any bits I may have missed afterward.
answered 9 months ago
FeralBallerina
(Colorado)
Question
How many masks do you get from one bottle?
About how many treatments/masks would you say you got from this bottle?
asked 3 months ago
Sarak490
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
3 answers
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answer 1
t is up to the person using it on how often they will apply it to their face. We recommend using a small portion at a time as a little goes a long way.
answered 3 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
I haven't gotten my full size yet but, going off the sample size I received and how the size of that compares to the size of the bottle, I would expect about ten uses.
answered 3 months ago
PeyPher
(Tx)
answer 3
Not many, because you need to use enough each time or else you won't be able to peel it off. Probably 5? Product needs to be kneaded quite a bit to come out of the tube- I feel like you probably lose some product because of the packaging.
answered 3 months ago
margieebee
(Bismarck, North Dakota)
Question
Safe for pregnancy
Would this product be safe during pregnancy?
asked 7 months ago
jeanetterodri87
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
2 answers
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answer 1
yes
answered 1 month, 2 weeks ago
ih98
(Ottawa, ON)
answer 2
For all questions concerning what products might be safe during your pregnancy, we recommend reaching out to your general physician.
answered 7 months ago
kevinbt
Question
Is this good for sensitive/dry skin?
asked 1 month, 3 weeks ago
drogobear
(Nashville, TN)
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
2 answers
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answer 1
I have quite dry skin but I still use this product once a week. It is quite harsh when you peel off the mask if you have really sensitive skin. But overall, I think this mask is really good at removing all the dirt clogged in your pores, and its not too drying after using it.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
kag93
(Huntingdon, PA)
answer 2
Hi drogobear, yes, this product is great for sensitive skin! Is not known to cause breakouts or irritation!
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
ZannaBT
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Does the Red Clay mask contain soy?
asked 5 months ago
wjc289
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
1 answer
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answer 1
Hi wjc289,

This product does not contain any soy ingredients. However, if you are extremely concerned, we recommend contacting your doctor.
answered 4 months, 4 weeks ago
RandeeBT
Question
Does this mask exfoliate?
I'm looking for a non-physical exfoliant because I have acne prone skin. Will this work?
asked 2 weeks, 2 days ago
Anonymous
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
1 answer
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answer 1
I too have acne prone skin, and this works great! It's not exfoliating, but (like any mask that dries on your skin) can be a little drying at first- so I'd recommend moisturizing after you take it off. I swear it makes a big
answered 1 week, 6 days ago
klreid
(Kingsport, TN)
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