Thursday, February 20, 2014

Origins Masks

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post.  The items mentioned in this post were purchased by me with my own funds.  All opinions expressed are my own. 


I love face masks.  I probably have more than I will ever get to finish but there are a few that I use regularly and will probably repurchase over and over again.  Two of these masks are from Origins.


I have not used too many products from Origins in the past.  I started using Drink Up a couple years ago when I had a horrible breakout and ended up drying out my skin treating it.  I used this ten minute moisture mask based on a recommendation and it instantly hydrated my skin. When I went to repurchase a couple months ago, I accidentally grabbed Out of Trouble and decided to keep it and give it a try.


Drink Up is a mask that intensively hydrates the skin. This mask contains algae extract to add an extra does of hydration and apricot kernel, which is easily absorbed into the skin without leaving a greasy residue

Aside from smelling AMAZING!  This really does "quench skin's thirst."  While I don't typically have dry skin, anytime I am experiencing any dryness, one use of this eliminates any dry spots.  I also like to use it once a week to keep moisture in my skin.


Out of Trouble is described as a multi-action mask that rescues troubled skin.  It contains sulfur which helps the body create collagen (which makes your skin young looking) and calms red irritated skin.  It also contains zinc oxide which heals and repairs damaged cell tissues and heal wounds.  Out of Trouble works in three ways, it absorbs oily shine, removes rough dead skin cells and sweeps away debris.

I fell in love with this product the first time I used it.  My skin instantly looked better; any redness I had banished, my skin was smoother and firmer, and just cleaner overall.  While I use it as a ten minute (sometimes 20 minute) mask, I have also read of others using it as a overnight spot treatment.

Both masks retail for $24 at Origins, Sephora or anywhere Origins is sold.  

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Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post.  The items mentioned in this post were purchased by me with my own funds.  All opinions expressed are my own. 

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