One of the many perks of working here at Amodrn is that all sorts of new and wonderful things land on our beauty desk daily. Which means, we get to try and test all sorts of new and wonderful things and report back to you guys. In saying that, we LOVE trialling products that promise natural, radiant glowing skin, and let’s just say we’re huge suckers for anything you can do at home yourself (because, #timepoor and we’re all about multi-tasking).
Here, we rounded up some of our team members to take three different face masks for a whirl (I mean, it’s a tough job, but someone’s gotta do it). Did they live up to the hype? Keep scrolling to find out what they had to say!
Julia Giampietro, Australian Content Manager
Product:Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask Rating: 2.5 out of 5 Feedback: This mask smells DE-LISH however it did sting my face a bit (perhaps it was just the ingredients doing their thing) and the texture isn’t as thick as I was expecting it to be. I washed it off a little earlier than recommend (due to said stinging) but even so, my skin felt super soft and clean after it which was a plus. A little disappointing overall but maybe more suited to less of a sensitive skin type.
Product:Sand & Sky Brilliant Skin Purifying Pink Clay Mask Rating: 5 out of 5 Feedback: I loved the fact that you paint this pink clay mask on with a brush, it felt so cool and refreshing on my face! I left it on for about 10 minutes, it did tingle while on, which made me a little nervous as I have sensitive skin. However, I learned that this is totally normal and that it means the active ingredients working! After, my skin felt sooooo soft and clean, and has been much less dull and congested ever since!