Temple Spa Purification | Review

Temple Spa products are made in England with a nod to the Mediterranean which influences the ingredients and style inspiration. The brand’s development team includes world renowned doctors, herbalists, professors of biochemistry and dermatology from Switzerland, Italy and the UK. Temple spa boasts a wide variety of beauty and skincare products ranging from nail polish to face serums and lip gloss to shimmer duos.

Those who know of Temple Spa will likely have been introduced to the luxurious products through a Temple Spa Party hosted in the home by one of the brand’s own Consultants. Outside of these events you can also purchase Temple Spa via their website or at the world renowned Harrods store in Knightsbridge, London. The somewhat exclusivity of Temple Spa may lead you to believe that owning any part of the range would be outside of a moderate budget but in actual fact, Temple Spa have products many price bands which make it accessible to many.

One of my favourite products is the Purification Deep Cleaning Mask which is described as a ‘vacuum cleaner for the skin’. This rich face mask, made from land and sea mud, is packed full of natural extracts which are known for their ability to tackle blocked pores, blackheads another effects of oily skin. Though I would describe my skin as normal-combination rather than oily I use Purification once a week as recommended. For the first use you should only keep on the skin for up to 15 minutes so that you can make sure that the formula agrees with your skin. After this first application you can use as often as you please for as long as you wish to treat your skin. I have slept in the mask, once dry, for upwards of 6 hours and woken up with bright skin and minimised pores.

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The mask doesn’t tighten on the skin as you would expect from a clay mask. Rather, it dries well but leaves a flexibility in the skin. As you apply the mask you’re greeted with the aroma of Lavender, Lemongrass and Tea Tree which only helps you in relaxing to enjoy the mask.

Purification can also be used as a spot treatment on particularly troublesome areas of the face. I have been known to use the mask first thing in the morning as I wake up to ‘vacuum’ out the contents of a spot. This can also be used across an oily T-zone or an area with particularly open pores.

In comparison to other products found on the high street Purification may seem costly at £27 for an 85g jar but I am yet to find a face mask to rival this one. The results mean that I will always turn to it when my skin is calling out for a spa treatment in the comfort of my own home. You need only use a small amount of the product which should see a full jar last for around 4 months if used once a week as recommended.

Whenever friends or family visit I am known to offer them a treatment during their visit, both men and women alike, and I am yet to find a disappointed visitor. So why not give Temple Spa‘s Purification a go and treat your face to an at home treatment.

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Method:

  1. Remove Purification from the jar with a spatula or tea spoon. You will only need a portion the size of a marble to cover the whole face.
  2.  Apply the mask across the whole face, being careful to avoid the mouth and eye area. You can use your fingers for this but I choose to use a foundation brush to apply the mask from the back of my hand.
  3. Leave on the face for as long as you please. This can be an express 15 minute treatment if that is all the time you have.
  4. Relax.
  5. Remove the mask with a warm damp cloth. Again, careful to avoid the eyes.
  6. Once removed I would recommend applying a facial toner to close your pores post treatment.

Key Ingredients:

Lemongrass, Kaolin, Lavender, Vitamin E, Myrtle, Tea Tree, Vitamin A, Bergamot, Eucalyptus oil, Anise, Pomegranate, Rosemary, Sage, Lemonbalm, Planains, Date, Sugar cane extract.

Suitable For: 

  • Oily skin
  • Men & women, including teenage skin
  • Normal skin that has blocked pores, black-heads and other blemishes
  • Other blemished areas, including backs and upper arms

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