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Review: Origins Clear Improvement Mask

13 June 2014

Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal mask

This mask truly is one of the best out there for clogged and decongested skin. The activated charcoal acts like a magnet, drawing out all of the nasties that clog up your skin causing dullness and blemishes. The white China clay absorbs environmental pollutants which can build up on your skin during the day, particularly if you live in a big city. Then the Leictein dissolves any other impurities that may be clogging up your skin.

My skin has been very decongested on my chin and jawline recently and this mask has come to my rescue on many occasions. It literally glides on, it is really cooling and soothing and the scent is fairly neutral and non-offensive. Then you simply wait for it to dry, and  rinse it off with a warm cloth.

There are some results visible straight away, the skin is less oily and it looks a little brighter. However the real results come with consistent use of this, once or twice a week over a number of weeks and you are bound to start seeing the difference that it makes in the clarity of your skin.

I'd really recommend ordering this direct from Origins too, link here, as they send you a mini sample size of the mask too, so that you can try it out first, then if you don't get along with it, you simply send back the full-size unopened product. This idea is genius and I really wish more places would do this as it makes shopping online for beauty product so much easier!

Another added bonus to shopping with Origins is that they will send you two complimentary samples, which you can choose from a small selection when you place your order. I got another trial size Clear Improvement mask, perfect for taking away on holiday, then I chose the GinZing refreshing eye cream as I have heard good things about this too.

Add on Free Delivery and Free Returns on any orders and the speediness of my previous orders, this is definitely the place to be buying your Origins products from.

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