|Shithouse pic courtesy of my dead digital camera and my Samsung Galaxy S|
I think the consistency of the mask is worth noting as it’s like no other mask I’ve used before. It’s like a semi-opaque chocolate-coloured jelly with bits of stuff in it. Very eloquent, Ange. The stuff looks a bit like grass. That’s all I can say about it, really. Whatever the hell it looks like/actually is (uhh, maybe it’s propolis?!), it felt really nice and cooling on my skin. When it came off, my skin felt fresh and soft, but that’s not really diff to my experience with other masks.
HOWEVER, the next day (and the one after!), when I put on my makeup and set out for the day, I didn’t get nearly as oily as I usually do. Not even close. Was it the mask working its magic? Perhaps. I’d like to think so because that means I’ve finally found something that works on oil. Woo!
So, fellow oily gals, check this thing out because I think it may be quite good. Quite.
P.S. Let me know what works on your oily mugs.
MAJOR UPDATE: It’s been nearly a week since I used this mask and when I put my face on yesterday, my skin was a mess. It was so incredibly dry that it was scaly. Even my under-eye area was a dry mess. What the fuck. I've never had anything like that happen to me before. Since I’ve used nothing else new recently, I’m pretty much certain that the mask is to blame. *sigh* Back to the drawing board…