A Review: Cocokind Sea Kale Clay Mask.

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I don’t want to jinx myself, but I think, for the most part, I’m on the OTHER side of my skincare journey.

I’ve blogged about it quite a bit, but basically, during the pandemic, I dug up a bunch of random skincare tools and products and really messed things up. My skin was red, irritated, and honestly… full of bacteria. It was bad… and painful.

So, I’ve been on a journey to find products that really keep my pores clean. It’s taken loads of trial and error, but I’ve found some real winners!

The thing is, for me personally, I don’t think I’ll ever not have to battle acne — I think it’s just about a balance.

I’m not using an acne cleanser or regular acne-fighting serums, but I don’t skip on clarifying masks at least 1-2 times per week.

And the Cocokind Sea Kale Clay Mask is in my regular rotation.

This Kale Mask is a clay mask that DOES NOT get dry and flaky and itchy (I haaaaaate those)! It was created in collaboration with Jeannette Ogden of @shutthekaleup.

This was one of the first items I tried from Cocokind and it, along with the fact they’re an eco-friendly and budget-conscious brand (okay, and female-founded, too), is what’s keeping me as a loyal customer.

The kale mask has blue sea kale extract, cucumber seed powder, and glacial oceanic clay — which lend themselves to a gentle exfoliation while keeping the skin hydrated and glowy.

If you’re looking for a good, clarifying clay mask, I’d definitely recommend this one!

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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