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I’ve tried a lot of face masks in my life — from dirt-cheap impulse purchases to $80 award-winning at-home facials — and nothing has worked as well for clarity as this giant $11 tub of the Aztec Secret Clay Mask.

It has nearly 16,000 reviews on Amazon, and after seeing it all over the internet and having a colleague call it her “most recommended product,” I gave it a shot.

It basically acts like a vacuum for your pores in the 5-20 minutes it’s on.
Like many Amazon reviews state, my best results came from mixing the mask with Apple Cider Vinegar.

There are a few things that the majority of people who know me would be able to recite off-the-cuff that I love. That list would include the Scribd reading app, comfort and convenience in general (twill flannel-like sheets, fluffy robes, and non-spilling wine glasses), and, lastly, face masks.

For the last few years, face masks have been a pivotal part of ‘relaxing’ for me. Long day? Throw on a face mask! Horrible commute? Face mask. It became the creature comfort version of Penicillin for every daily ill.

While I’ve tried everything from the Allure Best of Beauty 2017 $80 TLC Babyface Facial to whatever was under $6 in the TJ Maxx pile, the changes in clarity specifically were always minimal or too fleeting to warrant much shouting from the rooftops …read more

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