Origins Clear Improvement Mask Review

Origins Clear Improvement Mask Review

Origins Clear Improvement Mask Review

Face masks are still a little new to me. I’ve tried a few over time, but I never really stuck to them in my skincare routine because I didn’t find them necessary. That was until I noticed that blackheads were becoming an issue and I needed a super fix, hence the Origins Clear Improvement Mask!

Origins Clear Improvement Mask 1

Origins Clear Improvement Mask

The Origins Clear Improvement Mask is a White China Clay mask which unclogs pores by drawing out all the dirt and nasties, leaving pores looking squeaky clean!

I’ve never tried a clay mask until now but from what I’d read, clay works quite well for oily and combination skin types. Since mine is typically a combination and I wanted to deeply cleanse my pores, the Origins Clear Improvement Mask presented as the ideal solution, one of which works!

I followed the instructions and proceeded to “open pores with a warm, moist towel and layer on”. I concentrated only on my T-Zone and nose area since this is where I find my skin to be most problematic. During my first application, I did notice a heated, tingly sensation which made me think that this was irritating my face! Although once dry, I rinsed my face thoroughly to remove and found that all was well.

Origins Clear Improvement Mask 3

Origins Clear Improvement Mask

Origins Clear Improvement Mask

I don’t often come across products which give noticeable differences after one use, but I could honestly see an improvement straight away after the first use! After a few more uses the number of blackheads were certainly reduced and my face has been looking clearer!

The Origins Clear Improvement Mask is £20 but this 100ml tube will last you ages! Even after a few weeks the tube looks like I’ve barely used it, simply because you don’t have to use that much.

Have you tried the Origins Clear Improvement Mask? Do you have a favourite mask you like to always use?

Love Sophia xo

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  1. 25 August, 2012 / 9:09 pm

    This sounds good – will have to try it
    Also I really recommend Liz Earle’s cleansing clay mask – its brilliant

    • 25 August, 2012 / 9:41 pm

      Oo that sounds good, I’ll have to give it a go! So many products I want to try! x

  2. 26 August, 2012 / 10:48 pm

    I've had this mask for ages now because I don't think it does much and I can't stand the scent so I make hubby use it when he wants to do a fask mask!

    • 27 August, 2012 / 10:24 am

      I’ve been trying to convert my boyfriend into using masks, but so far no luck! What masks do you tend to use instead? I still have lots to try! 🙂

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