Beauty review | Night Face Mask Drink Up Intensive from Origins


Right after summer, our skin can feel a bit dull. Our tan starts to fade, our complexion looks less luminous and our skin starts to get sensitive. So why not give our skin a little treat with the Origins Drink up intensive overnight mask?

We all know how important it is to use a face mask once in a while. Not only does it moisturize the skin but it can also help to really clean it. This Origins mask is however a bit different since you leave it on overnight!

 Therefore, it is meant to be applied during your evening skin care, right after your toner and by skipping your night cream for the mask. Apply a generous amount to your face and avoid the eye and the mouth areas.

Like always with Origins products, all the ingredients in this overnight mask , including apricot oil, avocado oil and mango butters, are 100% naturals.

First, the texture of the product is quite incredible. This transparent cream feels more like a gel and goes on smoothly on the skin. It is easy to apply and thanks to its transparency, we avoid looking like a Martian all night. And the little extra: the mask smells of apricot, yummy!

Meant to be used on dry and dehydrated skin types, this mask can really be applied on every skin types as a spot treatment on dry patches.

The next morning, the skin feels refreshed, plumped and deeply hydrated. Also, the mask doesn’t leave a greasy residue on the skin which is a great plus!

We can easily say that this Drink up intensive mask is the product to have in your bathroom to keep your skin looking fresh and moisturized this winter!

Available on Origins website.

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