Not gonna lie, I tried this mask because of the cute packaging. Superficial is me.
This mask claims to restore skin’s natural moisture and glow; hydrate and soften skin; and fight off free radicals and fine lines. Star ingredients include acai extract (4th) and cocoa extract (5th).
Chocolate is high in anti-oxidants which help in hydrating and softening the skin. Acai berry helps in retaining the moisture of the skin, and fighting off free radicals that can cause the appearance of fine lines.
It is free of parabens, GMOs, gluten, and phthalate.
My skin is a super irritated today. I’ve cleansed, toned, and exfoliated my skin. Find out how I normally prep my skin for masking.
Out of the packet, I was very surprised to not catch a whiff of chocolatey scent. Instead, it had a light floral fragrance, reminiscent of MBD’s masks. The tencel fabric felt soft, smooth and had medium thinness. Essence was watery but not drippy.
Fit was great! But adherence was alright. Aside from some air bubbles and detaching at the chin, it clung on for the most part. I had this on for 30 mins, it was starting to dry out.
There was some essence left to pat in, it absorbed fairly quickly. My skin felt nicely hydrated, just adding a layer of hydrating sunscreen felt perfect for my skin type. Redness was slightly reduced and skin felt bouncy and supple. There was no brightening effect and no change to my pores. Finish was silky and slightly tacky, which makes it great for day time or oily skin types.
Below is a side by side comparison of the before and after pictures.
This was a fairly good mask. My favorite Biobelle mask is still #iwokeuplikethis. Check out more Biobelle reviews here.