Monday, 16 November 2015

A review of Insta Natural Dead Sea Mud Mask

I was recently sent an Insta Natural Dead Sea Mud Mask to review which you can buy from Amazon for £21.95. 

The mask is designed to be used all over your body. It's made from all natural ingredients. It also includes shea butter,  jojoba oil, aloe vera, calendula oil and hickory bark extract. These are all renowned in healthy skin care. The natural remedy is designed to help with blemishes, dry and oily skin, acne and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It's recommended that you use the mask once a week. You should apply a think layer of the mask to clean skin and then leave it on for 10-15 minutes. Once it's applied the treatment starts working to absorb any excess oil, toxins and dirt from your skin. You then use warm water to remove the mask from your skin.

When the mask arrived I was surprised at how big the tub was. I must admit, at first I thought £21.95 was a very steep price for a mud mask but once I saw the size of the tub, I understood why.

I've had the mask just over a month now so i've used it at least 4 times. I like to use the mask when I've had a bath. For me using a mask is supposed to be relaxing and not a chore so I tend to have a good long soak in the bath and then apply the mask. You really only need a very thin layer. The mask is a nice texture to apply. It's soft and lightweight. I hate the feel of gritty one's so I've been more than happy to use this. It really does harden up after 10-15 minutes and I have to say I did panic slightly the first time I used it as I didn't think i'd be able to get it off. 

Once it's removed it really does make you feel like your skin is super clean and hydrated. My skin is soft and smooth after using it. I've been particularly impressed with how much it has helped with my dry skin. Since being pregnant my skin has been so dry and dehydrated but using this mask has helped.

I can't comment on it's effects with blemishes and acne as fortunately enough I don't really suffer with anything like that. I am also very lucky to have quite youthful looking skin for a 30 year old, so again I can't comment on whether it is reducing any fine lines or wrinkles. 

Overall, I have been really happy with this product. I wouldn't let the price put you off as the tub is massive and it goes a long way. I still have more than 3 quarters left of it. My skin feels great after using it so I would recommend it to anyone. 

Have you used any of their products before? Do you use any masks? I reviewed their stretch mark cream before which you may like to read as I was also very impressed by that, Stretch mark blog post. If you read my blog regularly and follow me on instagram you'll see that I've been putting pictures of my bump up and there are no stretch marks to be seen.



  1. This looks like a good mask. My skin is quite dry so I'm always looking for good products x

  2. I miss a good face mask! Still yet to try a mud mask that agrees with my skin though, do you think it would be good for sensitive skin? x

  3. Looks like a great mask! I use dead sea body butter and love it. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Oh this sounds like just what I need at the moment. My skin is really feeling the effects of the cold and wind. x