Here is my favourite award-winning peel-off mask of all time looking all nonchalant (and shizz) in its packaging…
This skin rejuvenating formula loosens blackheads and cleanses deep into the
pores to remove impurities while clarifying and purifying the skin and rebalancing oily areas.
- Detoxifying, targets blackheads and acne
- Rebalances oily zones and clears impurities
- Exfoliates dead skin cells, increases hydration
- Repairs skin damage and brightens complexion
- Boosting skin firmness
- Improving skin clarity, tone and elasticity
- Ready to use, 20 minute treatment
- No animal ingredients or testing
- Free of Mineral Oils, Lanolin, Petroleum and Parabens
As much as I’d love to type: “I cannot actually tell you how good it is”, I’m going to have to dig deep because this post ain’t going to write itself…
It’s amazing. Like, for real amazing. This is the first charcoal mask that cools my skin and detoxifies whilst tightening and rejuvenating it. It’s lovely.
I have to admit that I didn’t keep it on for 20 minutes though (as advised)… I washed it off just after 10 mins, but luckily still saw great results.
My skin’s so squeaky clean, bright, more supple and soft. My face feels like a baby’s bottom and a medium rare steak. #RaisingTheStakesSince1991 #Booyakasha #WhatTheHeckAmIOnAbout? #IDontEvenKnow… #GoodLuckFiguringItOut! 😆
The only things I didn’t like about this mask are that it’s messy and pretty hard to open. It comes in a little sachet and when you rip it open, the gel is so sticky and thick that you need to put your hand in to get it out…
Once it’s out, you’ve got to spread it across your face and neck and leave it like you usually would. It’s probably better to use a brush..? More hygienic.
The biggest surprise for me was that it wasn’t hard to wash off and that it didn’t stain my sink. (That’s my only issue with activated charcoal masks. Most of the ones I’ve tried before stick to the surface, this one did not.)
In a black diamond, activated charcoal peel-off masked nutshell, I think this product is great.
Get it on and around your facial crevices. Leave it on for 20 mins. Peel off. Look like a baby. I dare you.
Oh, and, uh… This costs a mere £4.99 which beats getting a facial done in the beauty salon for £37!
I mean, what the HECKory dickory dock?! Man(sour) didn’t go up the clock ’cause I don’t have that stupidity gene which justifies wanting to spend £37 on a facial when I could give myself one for free at home…