Sunday, 20 March 2016

Yet Another Face Mask Review: Can Ooharr Make A Difference?

Hello everyone! I hope you're all having a fantastic weekend, as promised I've found the time to finally post my Ooharr Face Mask review, I've had the images saved on my laptop for weeks now so it's about time! As most of you will know by now, I'm on a constant search for a long-term skin solution so I was super interested in giving these a go.

I was sent three for an unpaid review and I'm fairly happy with the brand image. My first impressions of the product obviously came from the packaging, I quite like the designs as they're bright and the colours contrast well against each other.

The main one I'm going to talk about is Rosie Glow, though, that's mainly because it was the first one I tried out. It's a deep cleansing face mask so it's not exactly particularly sensitive on skin but mine kind of needs a little tough love right now.

It took a while for me to choose the first mask because I wanted to read over the back and attempt to figure out which would be a good starter product. I ended up just choosing Rose Glow for the simple fact that it would sting less than the other deep cleansing mask. Dead Sea masks always tingle a bit so I just picked a more nourishing one.

For the sake of the post, here's a totally attractive and so not cringey face mask selfie. The consistency of the product was thick and almost moussey, it was a clay but at the same time it didn't quite feel like other clay masks that I've used.

There wasn't a specific smell and it wasn't all too unpleasant, it did leave my skin a little pinker where I had blemishes but once my skin was moisturised I really noticed the difference. My skin felt smooth and clean and I liked how it made me look more healthy in a subtle way.

The big question though, the one that we ask of all skin products, will this product make a difference in the long run? Well, do you want the short answer or the long answer? The short answer would be no. The long answer would explain why not, personally I feel as though this product doesn't make a noticeable difference in skin quality it just freshens up skin a bit. I prefer products to astonish me and make me desperate to buy them again but this one sadly doesn't.

I hope this post has interested you, I'd love to know whether or not you've tried the masks yet and what you thought of them if you have. Well, until next time... Ciao! 

4 comments:

  1. I love trying face masks. How much are these and where can you buy them?

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    1. £1.20 from this site here: http://www.amphora-retail.com/index.php/ooh-arr-c-106101

      I hope you like them as much as I did!

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  2. I love my face masks and haven't heard of this brand before x

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    1. I really enjoy trying out little known brands, you never know unless you give 'em a go! x

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