Mask Monday: Origins Clear Improvement

Claims
–Purifying mask that deep cleans and visibly reduces pores
–Flush out toxins and dirt & debris that can clog pores and cause skin to look dull

Price
–$26 for full size 2.5 oz
–$13 mini 1.0 oz
Sephora, Ulta, origins.com

Pros
–No parabéns or sulfates
–Mini option available for travel/testing
–Ingredients :: charcoal, kaolin, white China clay, bentonite

Cons
–Not cruelty free
–Expensive

Final Thoughts
I heard this was a dupe for my beloved GlamGlow SuperMud, but it definitely isn’t a dupe. It isn’t as strong as GlamGlow, but it’s still a good mask. I only use it in my T Zone because I don’t want to dry out the rest of my face. My skin felt clean, but not dry and stripped. I feel like I got a really good, deep clean. I’ll still reach for my GlamGlow over this and I think there are cheaper masks that do the same things. It’s just a “meh” from me.

IMG_2892meh

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