Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask Review

I have skin problems.  When I was given the chance to review the Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask, I was a little skeptical.  The mask is made in Israel with genuine Dead Sea minerals and the company says that these minerals will help with psoriasis and eczema.  I have both.  I am lucky enough that my skin problems are not so bad that I cannot cover them up easily with makeup, but when I am not wearing makeup, you can see the redness in my skin on my face.  

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Adovia Mud Mask Review via Mini Van Dreams

I wish I could explain to you exactly how bad my skin is.  I cannot use certain soaps and detergents.  Occasionally I break out in a rash or hives for no particular reason.  My eczema and psoriasis flares up periodically and during certain times of the year.  I was excited about finding a product that might help with this – without having to use anything unnatural.

When I was asked to review Adovia’s Mud Mask, I kept putting it off and looking at it sitting on the counter.  I figured it would be like other items I have tried.  Worthless.

Boy, was I wrong.

I put a thin layer of the mask on my face, as instructed.  It feels a tad bit gritty as you are smoothing it on.  As you wear it, it has a slight cooling sensation – nothing drastic.  It also doesn’t get super-stiff and hard as it dries. When I washed it off, I was truly amazed.

The redness my face usually has was almost completely gone.  My skin was  smooth and clean.  I even noticed most of the blackheads from my nose (sorry, TMI) were gone as well.  Don’t get me wrong… you definitely need to try this for yourself and see how it works for you and your skin problems.  But, I am now a Adovia skincare convert.  In fact, as soon as I washed it off and saw my skin, I immediately checked out their website for other facial products.  They even carry makeup and hair products – both of which I am excited to try!

Definitely, check out the Adovia Mineral Skin Care line!  You can purchase the skin care line from their website or from Amazon.com.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.