Friday, February 9, 2018

Origins Out of Trouble

Hello lovelies,

this is the final mask out of three, I've reviewed the one for hydration (sleeping mask), deep pore cleansing (with charcoal), and now, the one that people with acne-prone skin would love to use, Out of Trouble. 


Which one is it? The one in the white tube.
Same size, same chubbiness, and later you'll see, they are all in the same high quality ingredients that speaks effectiveness.


Drink Up - Intensive is for dry skin or any skin that love hydration, Clear Improvements with charcoal that deep cleans and detoxing the skin, and now Out Of Trouble that I've been using to diminish my acne during that special time during a month where my zits are emerging with anger.

Some time they are tiny and easy to be forgotten, but sometime, they are raging with ooze and pain, it's undeniably annoying.


Like all of their products, everything is written clearly on the packaging, providing ample information like ingredients and how to use to make it effective.

This is probably the most suitable mask for oily skin too.


What it is:
A multi-action mask that rescues troubled skin.

What it is formulated to do:
When skin is too slick or when more pressing problems start to pop up, it's Origins to the rescue. Formulated with natural troubleshooters, including super-absorbent zinc oxide and sulfur plus calming camphor, this mask rapidly responds to problem skin with a three-part plan: sop up oily-shine, slough off sticky, dead cells, and sweep away irksome debris.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens
- Sulfates
- Phthalates

What else you need to know:
Best for combination to oily skin.

Suggested Usage:
-Layer over clean face and throat.
-Avoid eye area.
-Wait 10 minutes.
-Remove with damp washcloth.

-Camphor: This highly aromatic herb has been prized for its purifying and preservative powers. It is also a counter-irritant and skin purifier.

Water, Cetyl Esters, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Cetyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glycerin, Glyceryl Stearate, Peg-100 Stearate, Camphor, Ceteareth-20, Salicylic Acid, Colloidal Sulfur, Butylene Glycol, Bentonite, Caprylyl Glycol, Hexylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol.


The color of the thick cream is white and immediately, I've notices the richness of the texture, yet still very smooth and soft, like they were blend very well.

The smell of salicylic acid is so obvious and noticeable alongside with other herbs commonly use for anti acne product, it was like they are using the best ingredients since it is so powerful.

Look at the image below, the acne that I've been talking about, the one that making me cringe.


This is the only mask out of the three that I've been using only on the area affected by oiliness and acne. So I don't use it all over. Since my skin is more to the dry side.

Still, this is by far the most comfortable anti acne, anti oil, purifying mask I've tried. Usually, they'll sting, irritate, and make me feel very uncomfortable with the dryness, but Out of Trouble have been purely gentle without neglecting their effectiveness. Which make it, again, probably the best mask I've tried for acne and oil care.


I can combine using the mask with others like the charcoal that deep cleans. Usually after using the mask, acne will disappear in 1-2 days without leaving a mark. This is what I find to be amazing, I know some people may have more problematic acne, so using it more often can help shorten the healing time, so the acne will become less raging. Sebum, greasy skin, are no longer felt, the skin will experience the cleanliness like never before and the skin stays matte longer without the side effect of dryness nor dehydration.


These three is definitely a must have collection for everyone, we all need a deep cleanse, nourishing and hydration, plus once in a while skin SOS with Out of Trouble. I'm definitely recommending the masks for everyone I love.


What do you think? A flawless skin always appeal attractive, right?!

The only cons about these babies are probably the price that's a bit high, but I assure you, they worth it.


Thanks for reading my post, see you again soon.

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