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Miss Spa Charcoal Rubberizing Mask Review

Honestly I hate it when I have bad skin, it completely gets me down in the dumps – just me?! As you all know I’m religious with my skincare routine which includes weekly face masks. I’m always trying out new ones I find in Sephora and Ultra Beauty.

So, my skin has been feeling dull this week, and stupidly on Friday I picked a pimple which you couldn’t notice and since then I’ve been left with a red healing mark which doesn’t seem to be improving – god damn it! When will I ever learn?!

My skin needed a pick me up – so what better then to try out this new mask!

What they say:

Formulated with natural charcoal powder and soothing botanical extracts, the Miss Spa Charcoal Rubberizing Mask begins as a gel and a powder. When mixed together, they create a spreadable modeling mask that molds to your skin’s contours to deeply cleanse pores by absorbing excess dirt and oil. Once set, it forms a unique rubberized texture that simply peels off to reveal a smoother, clearer complexion. Perfect for stressed, aggravated skin. Use weekly as part of your skin care regimen for maximum results. (package design may vary)

Instructions:

It’s pretty simple to mix the products together then use the spatula to spoon on to face. Only downside is there is SOOO much residue left it felt like a waste and you can’t reuse it.

Once added onto skin leave for 20-25 minutes until it’s hardened.

Then simply peel off!

Results:

Once I peeled off the mask it left my skin looking hydrated, brighter and soft. There is an improvement in the ‘picked pimple’ area which looks less red. I love the feel of my skin after this mask.

Price:

It’s $7… which is pretty pricey for a once use mask – I honestly think they could half the contents and still have plenty it just seems like a waste

Conclusion:

It was cool to try a different mask and loved the rubber peel! But, with the steep price I think I would limit it to once every couple of months but a great mask!

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