Friday, June 6, 2014

Ole Henriksen Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask

"A luxurious, aromatic gel mask that will renew and condition sensitive skin.This potently calming blend of lavender, papaya enzyme, blueberries, and blackberries gently polishes the skin, relieving facial stress and delivering smooth results. "

Ole Henriksen's Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask ($34;, is a very recent one I picked up from Sephora, when I was looking for something light, quick and easy for my sensitive skin. It is recommended to be used about 2-3 times a week - so far, I've used it always once a week, just leaving it on for about 15-ish minutes on clean, dry skin. Its a gel-mask that doesn't actually dry, but the gel does lose moisture after a good 10 minutes or so, so  I usually wash off when the texture changes a bit. Its a super nice feeling mask with a cooling sensation, once applied.  It is a tad sticky though, but washes off very clean with just cold water. A little goes a long way and if you do have very dry skin, I would definitely recommend a moisturizer afterwards. It is a very refreshing mask, with a little bit of a brightening effect. The lavender oil hasn't bothered my sensitive skin much, but then, I don't use it more than once a week, as of yet. The scent is strongly lavender, a bit overpowering, which is something to keep in mind. Overall, its a very refreshing, slightly exfoliating and brightening mask. Skin does look a bit calmer and plump too, but if you are oily or acne prone, definitely try a sample before splurging on a full size.

Have you tried Ole Henriksen's Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask?

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