I just tried this mask for the first time yesterday and I wanted to write a first impression on it because it was definitely not like any mask I’ve ever used before. Normally this mask goes for $70 for a 1.4 oz bottle at Sephora and also on the Dr. Brandt website. I don’t think I could spend that kind of money on a mask unless I know its going to do something magical to my face, so when I saw FabFitFun had it during their sale for $20 I jumped on it! I mean how could I not right? And if it performs well I’m definitely willing to splurge and buy another bottle at regular price. I’m a face mask lover and this one really piqued my interest. First of all the bottle itself is just so interesting, and I love the color, so right there I was sold.
Sephora’s website states this mask is good for normal, oily, combo, and dry skin. Its an oxygenation and recovery mask designed to boost luminosity and reinvigorate skin in just 3 minutes. Helps with dullness, uneven skin tone, fine lines and wrinkles. Helps lessen the look of fatigued skin and helps provide tired, dull, lackluster skin with a revitalized, illuminated, and re-energized appearance. It also helps smooth the signs of fine lines. You just apply a thin layer to damp skin without rubbing it in and let it do its thing for 3-5 minutes.
It comes out looking like lotion. I used a little more than this and it covered my whole face.
The cool part starts once its on your skin for a few seconds. It starts to foam up and tingle. The feeling is like nothing I’ve ever felt, the best way to describe it is like being inside a champagne bottle! Its so refreshing and has a slight mint fragrance. I left mine on for 5 minutes then rinsed with warm water. I have to say my face did look a little brighter and felt a little smoother, and my makeup seemed to go on a little better with less creasing in my smile lines throughout the night. It suggests using 2-3 times a week for the best results. I will definitely be adding this to my weekly routine!
Thanks for reading, I hope you guys enjoyed.