Does the Boscia Charcoal Face Mask Really work for Sensitive Skin?
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👁The first thing that caught my attention with this product is that its "Preservative- free for sensitive skin". It says the mask is; color free, gluten-free, ethanol alcohol-free and dermatologist tested.
👶I have sensitive skin and I always check to see whats in the ingredients. (Points for them on this one). The mask has; Charcoal, Montmorillonite Clay, Pine Bark Extract, and Vitamin C.
🖌During the process...
🍃While putting the mask on, I noticed there was a charcoal mint type of smell to it.
💧The liquid was very thick and messy. It took way to long for the mask to dry.
⏳I had to wait for 25-30 minutes. So, I recommend that you catch up on one of your favorite series while you're waiting for your face to dry.
👩🔬Overall, this seemed like a freaking science project, lol. It's messy so make sure you're doing this in a safe way that doesn't mess up your clothing. It says to put a thick layer on your face. I thought I did just that but it still didn't turn out the right way. So maybe you have to put the entire bottle on your face to get the right results, IDK. It wasn't enough for me to peel the mask off so I had to wipe the product off with a warm washcloth.
💦I felt some type of hydration. I didn't really feel anything too exciting at all.
🤔Even though it says it's for sensitive skin I feel like my skin was irritated a little. I wasn't really feeling this product at all. Sorry guys!
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