ORIGINS Face Masks Review Active Charcoal 10 MINUTE MASK to quench skins thirst Retexturizing Mask
Skincare is getting more and more expensive by the day. It’s so rare to come across skincare products, especially good face masks that are reasonably priced and actually work. I love, absolutely love GLAMGLOW face masks, but those are EXPENSIVE ! For me personally I like using face masks quite often. It’s a part of me-time routine, which really helps me unwind.
I went to Sephora to get some face masks, and luckily for me, there was gorgeous display of Origins face masks which caught my attention. So, instead of repurchasing my usual skincare products I decided to give Origins face masks a go, and Oh dear am I glad I did that. The three that I opt for are,
- Active Charcoal Mask (it’s their bestseller and everyone raves about it)
- 10 Minute Mask to quench skin’s thirst (they also have an overnight version of this face mask)
- Retexturizing Mask (also a bestseller)
Let’s start with my definite favorite,
Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask to clear pores: Sometimes when the products are super hyped, I always have such high expectations, and there’s always a higher chance of them becoming really disappointing products. I had pretty high expectations and I was not disappointed whatsoever. It has a soft mud mask texture. As you apply you feel a little warming effect. My biggest pet peeve with mud masks is that they don’t come off easy, since this has a soft mud texture it rinses of pretty easily and doesn’t make much of a mess. As far as clearing pores claim goes, it is true. My face felt very fresh and clean after using this mask, and I find to keep those results intact, it’s best to use it twice a week.
10 Minute Mask to quench Skin’s Thirst: The first thing I noticed about this mask is the smell of it. It smells so good and relaxing. Whenever my skin feels a bit dry or dehydrated this is the mask I go to. It is very light-weight and doesn’t clog the pores. The thing with hydrating and moisturizing masks is that they almost make your skin feel suffocated while they’re on the face, and I do not like that feeling. I actually keep it on for more than 10 minutes and it absorbs in the skin very beautifully, leaving your skin very soft and moisturized. So I guess it does what it claims, which means you get your money’s worth with this product.
Retexturizing Mask with Rose Clay: With my reviews, I always try to share both pros and cons, but honestly with these face masks I am so pleasantly surprised and can’t find a reason to not like them or be a little iffy. The quality is great, they work beautifully and they feel luxe on the skin, what else do you want from a face mask. And OH! they’re reasonably priced too. So I’d highly recommend these. The retexturizing face masks are usually either very harsh or very mildly exfoliating and don’t do much. This is a perfect balance between two extremes and I have noticed such a huge difference in my skin’s texture. It is so much smoother and plump, I mean plump is a weird word but you know what I mean.
These are all my thoughts on the masks I have tried so far. I’m definitely gonna try more from Origins, because so far, all the products that I have used from this brand have been nothing but amazing. Hope you find this post helpful.