The purpose of a facial mask is to improve the overall appearance of your skin and there are countless different kinds of masks that are made to specifically improve different skin types. You can get a facial mask to reduce oil, brighten your skin, moisturize, reduce wrinkles, and a variety of other specific skin issues. I put this brightening facial mask to the test, here are the results.
Boscia Luminizing Black Mask
This is a jet-black peel off mask that claims to purify, detoxify, and brighten the skin. To use you apply to clean, dry skin avoiding eyebrows, hairline, lips, and eye area. Leave on for 15-20 minutes then peel off, and rinse away any residue.
What I liked:
- My skin really did look brighter and refreshed.
- It removed any dead skin.
- My pores appeared cleaner and visibly smaller after using.
- When peeling it off it removed some facial hair, so you get a bonus wax.
- It looks awesome, the packaging as well as the product is appealing.
- My face felt softer and smoother.
- Paraben and Sulfate free and free from any synthetic dyes or fragrance.
What I didn’t like:
- You have to use a fairly thick layer or else it is impossible to peel off.
- The pieces of peeled off mask need to be thrown away instead of washed down the sink because they make quite the mess.
- I think the price is a little steep for only 2.8 ounces.
- It is more time consuming than a mask that you could wash off.
Overall I really like this mask, I was worried that it might irritate my sensitive skin, but it did not bother it at all even when using once a week. I got mine from Sephora, it retails for $34 per tube and I will for sure re-purchase. Have you tried this, what did you think?