Jor’el Parker – The Original Fango Mud Therapy Face Mask

 

Thursday

It’s been consistently warm and humid where I am, and after a couple days of non-stop clamminess, I decided to give my face a treat to fight against the breakout invasion that was threatening to happen on my face.

Remember this little guy from the Ipsy April Glam Bag?
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I got this mud mask with the April Glam Bag, but hadn’t really had a chance to try it out since I had my trusty Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask To Clear Pores (I’ll post on it later!). But since I had to travel with only one big suitcase, I decided to leave the Origins mask behind and bring this one with me.

(That’s something I really like about Ipsy, since a lot of the products are samples, they are not only great for testing out products, but also for travel!)

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This is the back of the container with the instructions and the effects of the mud mask (I noticed the writing that states they do not test on animals, which I approve of). While the Origins mask stays on your face for 10 minutes, but this one stays on for only five minutes. I think it would be great when you want to add something special to your skincare routine but feel lazy or don’t have too much time.

 

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Picture of my face right after applying the mask

I felt a slight tingling around my nose as soon as I applied the mask, and for the first three seconds, the mask smelled like artificial lychee. Then it turned into something else I can’t really describe, but it wasn’t bad. It was really easy to apply.

After rinsing off the mask, I feel like my face has brightened a little, and my skin feels really soft. Since there was so much product in the container, I’m going to be able to try it out a couple more times, but right now, I’m pretty impressed. I might even consider buying the full product!

I’m sorry you had to look at my horrifying mud mask selfie, guys.

Yours Truly,

Diane,

Also known as Hey June.

 

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