Ageless Derma Special Clay Masque


Disclaimer: This is not a paid review.

In regards to the pics at the end, I had already stopped taking the vitamins at the time I began the photos so my face had cleared considerably and I didn’t have close ups of my acne prior to this but it would often be a large bump here and there with several small ones (as seen in the pictures).

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No makeup…no filter…just the light of the sun!

Ageless Derma Special Clay Masque 2 oz ($25)

It’s meant for oily skin (my forehead and nose tend to be oily, cheeks are often dry).
Water, Bentonite, Ichthammol, Methyl Gluceth, Silca, Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Zea Mays, Allanation

Also mentioned in video:

-Gentle Skin Cleanser purchased from Walmart (comparable to Cetaphill)
-African Black Soap from
-Dessert Essence 100% Jojoba Oil purchased from Whole Foods

Honorable mention (not in video):

-Earth Science Almond Aloe Moisturizer with SPF 15 from Whole Foods
-Neutrogena Body Clear Body Wash in the pink grapefruit scent from Walmart or Target

To read about my lifestyle routine over the past few years regarding vitamin intake, click here!

No foundation on cheeks or forehead…just eyeliner, mascara, and lipgloss.
((Earrings from Toni Daley because I know you want to know;))

I don’t use a lot on my face as far as makeup is concerned. When going to work the most I’ll wear is vaseline or a vitamin E lip balm. Never lipstick/gloss, foundation, mascara, eyeliner…I wear lipgloss or lipstick most weekends and the other makeup items 2-3 times per month when going out. Most events I attend are low key and very casual so I don’t have to get dolled up and I’m okay with that. To each her own, right 🙂 I do think keeping it simple helps my face because it is sensitive and I’m prone to redness when my face is irritated by products.




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