A Review: Dr. Roebuck’s Uluru Purifying Mask.

If it just me or are “short weeks” even worse than regular weeks?

I feel like ever since I entered the workforce, my mind *thinks* a short week is going to be easier, but it ends up being crammed with lots of stuff, and/or it feels like it should be going by faster than it really is… it’s not just me, right?

Regardless, here we are.

I’m excited to be sharing the skincare review for the week, because I have been trying to stay on my skincare routine and really get my pores in shape.

So, I’m talking about the Dr. Roebucks Uluru Purifying Mask!

I actually got this as a gift in a Valentine’s Day basket that had all sorts of facial treatments and delicious snacks 🙂 I know I’ve shared a lot of clay masks here, but anytime I find one that doesn’t dry and itch… I’m sharing it.

This mask has Australian red and white clay that draws out the impurities of the skin but also encourages microcirculation which helps with the GLOW.

I really liked how smooth this went on and the fact that I could just leave it on and not worry about it totally drying out my skin.

I have acne-prone skin and this was perfect for that; my skin was visibly even after using it, and it felt soft.

This is the first item I’ve tried from this brand and it definitely has me interested in other products. Their Tama mask is a best-seller and it offers relief to irritated skin (I need this).

Have you tried any other products from Dr. Roebucks? What should I try next?

This beauty review is not sponsored — nor are any of the reviews on this blog. I am a beauty and skincare junkie and enjoy sharing the products I love right here! For more reviews and similar posts, please subscribe to the blog by clicking subscribe on the right side of your screen. Cheers! 

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