Review Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Mask Kiehl’s


I have never tried a skin care product by Kiehl’s before, but have been wanting to do so for what feels like ages. So, as I needed a new clay masks ( cause I feel like they clean my skin very well) I finally bought something of Kiehl’s namely the Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque (this is really how they spelled mask, which comes across as super fancy. but at the same time, I’m like… WHY!?)

Keep reading for my review!


The Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque (I’m really annoyed at this name lol) is priced at €30.90 and then you get 125 ml, which is quite a lot of product. Moreover, it promises to deeply cleanses the skin and removes dirt, therefore minimizing the appearance of pores.

So, why does it have ‘rare earth’ in the name? Well I googled it and apparently one of the main ingredients is Kaolinite, which is a clay that is often turned pink-orange-red due to iron oxide. White Kaolinite is therefore rare, hence the name.

Okay, let’s get into the actual product. As you can see in the picture above and below the mask is quite thick. Since it is recommended to only apply a thin layer of the mask I believe this jar will last a while!!

During application you notice that the mask smells like clay, but also kinda fresh. It takes about ten minutes for the mask to try and then you can easily remove the mask with lukewarm water.

After using the mask, my skin feels but also looks clean! Additionally, my skin feels soft and not tight or dry at all! As my skin tends to be normal to dry, clay masks can make my skin feel very dry. However, this is not an issue with the Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque and I love it!

I definitely recommend this product! Which face mask are you loving at the moment?

Love life,


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