Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Cattier Paris Organic Clay Mask


Hi beauties!!!

Today I want to talk about Cattier Paris. It's a cosmetic company, but what makes it different is that their cosmetics are organic. For me that's a big plus, because I particularly like natural things.



I have tried lots and lots of facial masks, because my skin is oily, so needs to be cleaned quite often.
My last facial mask was a complete disaster, it was also a Clay Mask, from a local store, so I was convinced not to use clay masks for a while.

But I saw that this mask was rated first on beaute-test.com (French magazine), and therefore I decided to give it a chance and try it, and I don't regret it.



The facial mask that I use is the normal clay mask. There is another for sensitive skin, which is pink instead of grey. I don't have it, but a friend of mine does. I tried it to notice if there is any difference. It has the same results and effects, but it is definitely better if you have sensitive skin, because is smoother, and it prevents any irritation that the normal one could cause.



The texture is fine, is easy to spread and once it's on your face it dries very quickly. Before you let it dry, it is better to massage softly in circles.
If you do it, it'll more effective!

The touch of your skin after the mask is just delightful, it like baby skin. It is also very refreshing (something that I haven't found in other masks).




The ideal thing is to use it one or twice a week.  The downside that there is, is how to find it. In Europe in not very difficult, you can easily find Cattier Paris products in some stores, the other option is to buy it online, but it you just want to buy one thing it's not very worth it.

In conclusion, I think it's a very good facial mask, not the perfect mask obviously, but in terms of quality-price ratio is more than satisfying. It costs about 5 euros, like 6 dollars more or less. And it really lasts, you don't need to use a lot of product each time.

Do you think that it's a good facial mask? Would you try it? Tell me!

And I hope you've liked my first post :)

12 comments:

  1. I started using organic cosmetics..I think it's so much better for your skin.
    And this one is not that expensive..
    Great post!

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  2. Very affordable. I think it would be worth a try, for sure. I've never tried a clay mask before.
    ~Kim
    visiting from BLog It Up
    www.2justByou.com

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  3. This sounds really interesting. I'm in the USA though so I'm wondering if I can find it online? I created my own diy clay mask not long ago using Rhassoul Clay and shared the recipe on my blog. It's awesome for dry and maturing skin because it doesn't leave your face feeling tight and dry.

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    1. I've just look it up if there is any online web page which sells Cattier Paris in the USA, but I haven't found any.
      Thought, I think that you might have a chance to find it in those online offer pages (that sell an specific brand for a short time).

      I've looked at your recipe in your blog,it seems like a good idea and I think that I will do it. I'll tell you about it!

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  4. Cool post,

    I've learned a lot about this ;)

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  5. Very cool post! I like that you use organic products :)
    I love doing DYI using natural products so if you'd like you can visit my blog: http://abeautypiece.blogspot.com ! xo

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    1. I've looked at your blog, and I'm going to try the body scrubs for smooth skin, seems interesting! And thank you very much for your comment :)

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  6. Love organic products! great post too :)

    Would love it if you popped over to my blog :)

    http://www.ohhsopeachy.com/

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    1. Thank you!!
      I've looked at your blog, and I love it specially the name ;)

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