My Thought On Origins Original Skin Retexturizing Mask With Rose Clay

I went out with the intention of getting a face mask that will work really well for me. I visited the origins store since I have heard a lot about them from a friend. After explaining my concerns to one of the staff, retexturizing mask with rose clay for £26.50 was recommended to me. My face has been getting a little bit rough for sometimes and I was desperate to have it sorted. I got it with the hope that my problem will be solved.

My Experience on the product: At first when I started using it, I did not really know what to think about it, after applying, it dried out really fast, but I left it for 10 minutes. I felt my skin tightened a little while waiting for the 10 minute to lapse, after washing it off, my face was really dry and I didn’t like it. I started having a second thought if I had to spend money on the wrong product.

I decided to try it the second time, but left it on for 5 minutes, after washing it off, my skin was okay, not as dry as the first time. I thought I had judge too early. I was advised to use it twice a week, for the first 2 weeks I did that and after that, I started using it once a week. It actually worked well for me, my skin was getting better.

Active ingredient: Willowherb

The function of Willowherb: Canadian Willowherb helps to soothes acne-prone skin, reduces skin redness and has fast relief on skin irritation induced by chemicals and UV exposure.

Recommendation: For the type of my skin I will recommend that you only leave the mask on of 5 minutes, it will still work its magic on your skin. It drys quickly which won’t be a problem. After using the mask I apply a toner with hyaluronic acid to hydrate my skin. I would recommend for whoever wants a try. It works for me and I am still using it.

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