Thursday, September 11

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask | Review

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask
Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask
Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask
Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask
I am OBSESSED with masks !! I slap them at least once a week and pamper my skin. The new  addition to my mask family is the Origins Clear Improvement Mask which was on my wish-list for a while now, so when I got hold of this I was extremely happy. The mask is priced at $25 for 100 ml and is available online (Haven't found a website yet that ships to India).

Origins Clear Improvement Mask is a clay based mask and comes in a tube packaging with flip cap that close with a click. The packaging is very travel friendly and non-fussy. The consistency of the mask is thick, but spends very easily. I cleanse and exfoliate my face, and using a warm moist towel open my pores and then layer the mask all over my face and neck. The mask really dries fast, so the maximum time I leave it on is for 15 mins. And then I rinse it off using muslin cloth and follow with moisturiser because its a bit drying(I'm not complaining at all).

The mask is very effective and is ideal one if you have open pores, and break out often. The mask really works in lifting up all the impurities and dirt from the pores leaving my skin feeling and looking super clean, glowing and plump. The mask also helps in reducing the size of my breakouts and hence comes in handy during 'that time' of the month. The mask actually does clear the pores and somewhat tightens the pores and gets rid of those blemishes too. Total winner!

The mask has become a must-have in my skincare regime, and I do highly recommend this. Since the availability is an issue in India, I think the Kiehls Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque is very similar and is little less pricey. I have done a full review HERE.

Have you tried these masques before? I would love to know your thoughts on clay-based masks.
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