Giovanni D:Tox System Purifying Facial Mask Review

Naturally Beautiful Facial Mask Or Just Another Cover-up?

I’ve been searching for a good mask for awhile now, and stumbled upon Giovanni’s D:Tox System Purifying Facial Mask when I was researching cleansers and really liked what I found.

I liked it so much, in fact, that I wanted to share it with you. We’re going to take a look at what’s in this particular facial mask that makes it so much different than others and check out what other people have to say about it.

Because I tend to break out easily, it’s tough to find a mask that doesn’t make me look like a 16 year old after a chocolate binge. They’re also usually really drying.

That’s because masks suck the toxins out of your skin which often results in pimples. As a result, I tend to stay away from them even though I know that they’re great for you, but let’s see what’s in Giovanni’s facial mask. It could be that I’ve lucked upon one that I’d be willing to try.

What Do They Claim?

Giovanni claims that their D:Tox System Purifying Facial Mask keeps your face at its purist. The volcanic ash pulls the environmental toxins out of your skin and absorbs them, and the activated charcoal pulls impurities from deep within your skin to the surface so that they can be eliminated, too.

The goji and acai berries are powerful antioxidants that fight free radicals withing your skin, and the soothing agents in the facial mask balance your pH and give you a pleasant, cooling feeling as the mask finishes its job.

Here are a few more claims that really make me want to like this product:

  • Hypoallergenic
  • No phthalates, dyes, sulfates, artificial fragrances or parabens
  • Eco Chic Technology means that it’s produced to be awesome and Earth-friendly, too
  • No animal Testing!
  • Dermatologist and clinically tested

OK, now we know what they claim, and I’m curious to see what kind of ratings a dermatologist-tested facial mask gets from users. First, though, let’s take a look at the ingredients.

What’s In It?

Giovanni’s facial mask lives up to its claim of being free of parabens, dyes, sulfates, fragrances, phtlhalates, and all the other garbage. It does have phenoxyethanol in it as a replacement for the parabens but that’s a pretty hotly-debated topic lately.

The rest of the ingredients list is amazingly clean, and almost everything in it is easily recognizable just by its standard name. That happens so rarely that I actually looked to see if there was an “inactive ingredients” list that I was missing!

The first few ingredients are just water, glycerin and oat kernel flour that create the base for the mask. Then we get into Kaolin and Bentonite which are two different kinds of clay. Kaolin is commonly known as “china clay”, the main ingredient in porcelain. It’s frequently used in masks and powders because it’s extremely absorbant.

Bentonite is often from Montana and is the one that I’m really excited about. It’s not only great for drawing out impurities (aka sucking poison to the surface and thus causing pimples), it’s also an antibacterial and exfoliant. It’s used to treat acne, wounds, eczema, and rashes. In other words, it does the job of a clay and an exfoliant while killing bacteria, all of which should help reduce breakouts. As matter of fact, people frequently use it for drawing the poison out of stings and insect bites.

Other ingredients include several different berry and plant extracts that act as antioxidants and healing agents. These include acai, aloe, billbery, green tea, and goji berry. There’s also vitamin C, vitamin E, and vitamin A in there as well as the volcanic ash that was promised. Finally, the menthyl lactate is probably what gives you the tingly feeling.

The ingredients list is pretty awesome for this facial mask and I can’t wait to see what people who have used it actually think of it.

What Are Users Saying?

People love this facial mask. There’s no other way to describe it. Several people claim that it’s the first thing that they do when the get to the hotel when they’re travelling because it draws off the travel grease and soothes skin that may be irritated from changes in weather. Also, users say that it makes your face feel clean without giving it that dry, cracky feeling.

Functionally, the mask dries to a thin film within about 20 minutes or so and dries your skin just enough to get rid of the greasy look. Users say that it finishes with a youthful glow and that the natural smells in it (citrus, menthyl, etc.) are refreshing.

Final Word

After learning more about this facial mask, I’m even more impressed than I was when I first heard of it. All I can say is that I’m going to try it for myself. If you’d like to try it, click here to find the best deal on Giovanni’s D:Tox System Purifying Facial Mask so that you can save a few bucks AND have amazing skin.

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