So many masks, so little face! I tried this months ago when it was still in sample packaging and yes, it’s copper coloured and yes it looks metallic on your face. Insert all your own Tin Man jokes but it’s that element that piqued my interest in the first place and it’s what makes it completely stand out from the slew of masks on my desk at the moment. Origins have the mask category down to a T so it’s no surprise that it delivers … ‘refine and refresh’ is a little woolly in description but what you can actually expect from this – after you’ve stared at your metallic self in the mirror for a while – is a complexion that looks more lively and awake. It feels cool on the skin when you apply it and when you take it off, your face feels and looks brighter.
It’s a coffee fuelled peel off mask, so I have to caution you that if you have down on your jaw line, you might want to avoid that bit, but I have used peel offs that feel more like a facial wax in terms of take-off and this is much, much gentler in that respect. One thing to really note though is that it’s better to focus on an even application so don’t trail off in product amount towards the edges of your face – keep a consistent covering and it peels off in one absolutely beautifully. The novelty factor on the Origins GinZing Peel Off Mask hasn’t worn off for me yet – I still love the fact that it’s copper and shiny! You can find it HERE for £24.
As an NB, I will say that if you buy my beauty boxes, you might want to hold off on purchasing this for now.
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