Review : Pure Bubbles Dead Sea Mud Face Mask

I absolutely love a mid week pampering session where I drown my skin with masks and sheet masks and considering the hot and humid weather in India, my skin needs these fancy sessions more than ever! As I have an Oily and Acne prone skin, I rely heavily on hydrating clay and mud masks. Dead Sea Mud Masks are highly raved for their exfoliating and healing properties, which is exactly what a greasy and irritated oily skin needs. So, I tested out this Dead Sea mud mask by Pure Bubbles and recorded my experience. Here are my thoughts:

Dead Sea Mud: Things You Need To Know

Dead Sea Mud is supremely rich in anti oxidants and detoxifies and cleanses the skin. It absorbs dirt and oil and makes the skin a lot cleaner, softer and calmer. (perfect for people with Oily Skin Type) It is extremely hydrating too!

Review: Pure Bubbles Dead Sea Mud Face Mask


The mask comes in a heavy glass tub and I’d not consider it travel friendly, however it is tightly sealed, so if the weight isn’t an issue, you can actually plan a de-tox sesh amidst your travel plans.


Price & Quantity

You get 50gms of product for 600INR.

Texture & Aroma


The texture of the mask is buttery smooth and feels really soft and soothing on the skin. It glides in and you can actually ‘feel’ it working. It smells quite strong. The mask has no artificial aroma but it smells leafy-herby-muddy and it lingers for a good time after you wash it off.


The detailed ingredient list is mentioned in the packaging and the mask is enriched with:

Dead Sea Mud, Distilled Water, Black Seed Oil, Pomegranate Oil, Moringa Oil, Shea Butter, Olive Derivatives, Glycerin, Iscagaurd, Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, Choulmogra Essential Oil, Xanthum Gum


What’s Good?

The mask is Cruelty free and Paraben free.

How to Use

Before you use any mask, make sure your skin is cleansed. Pat your skin dry and layer the mask up! Wash it off in 15-20 minutes and follow up with a hydrating toner and moisturizer. Please do a patch test if you have an extremely sensitive skin.

My Experience

As I have an oily and acne prone skin, I trust clay and mud masks to calm and cool my irritated pores down. My skin tends to break out a lot in hot summer days and it gets really hard to control all the oil and dirt resting on the surface. I had a pleasant experience with this mask but I did experience a little tingling on the very first day of using it. I expected purging as the mask seemed pretty strong, but I turned out to be lucky! I didn’t experience any tingling sensation after my first session.

The mask was smooth. There was no dryness and patchiness post application. My skin felt cool and calm. It also minimized the redness around my active acne. My skin felt rejuvenated and it also took care of minor blackheads around my nose. I noticed a minor change in my skin texture with regular use. I didn’t notice any exaggerating glow after masking, however my skin looked cleaner and brighter.

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The aroma is pretty strong and it lingers on the skin for a while and it can be a major turn off for people who dislike overwhelming fragrances. If you have a sensitive skin and strong aromatic products break you out, I’d not recommend this to you. But if you’re someone who doesn’t mind a little earthy-leafy moment, you can give this a try. I experienced no discomfort. It can work on dry skin types too as the texture is extremely soft and is enriched with goodness of essential oils. It doesn’t dry your skin out!

Overall, I had a good experience with Pure Bubbles Mud Face Mask. It was gentle on my irritated skin. I love how the brand targets and takes care of every skin type. You can reach Pure Bubbles on Instagram : @pure_bubbles_soapery & Subscribe to my blog for more skincare updates! 🙂

Note: The Review is completely based on my experience. If you experience any discomfort, please seek professional help.

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