Beauty Break | Peter Thomas Roth Mask

Hello Beautiful People!

Sorry this post is up so late. Today I’m going to be doing something a little different than usual. I’m going to be reviewing various beauty products once a month. This month I will be reviewing the Peter Thomas Roth – Irish Moor Mud Purifying Black Mask!

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I’ve heard way too many good things about this bad boy, who has $58 price tag. So what’s the hype about this little guy anyways? According to Sephora this is what the mask is supposed to do:

“With the highest level of organic content in the world, 9,000 year-old black moor mud is harvested by hand from the Irish countryside. Rich in nutrients, essential minerals, and potent antioxidants, it helps protect against skin damage. Black hijiki seaweed provides vital nutrition and hydration as volcanic ash helps revitalize and detoxify skin. Activated charcoal has a magnetic effect that draws impurities and toxins from congested pores. It minimizes the look of pores, fine lines, and wrinkles, leaving skin looking pure, fresh, moisturized, and radiant.

I went into this with very high expectations. The first thing I noticed when I applied the mask is that the smell was strange, but not bad. I left the mask on for 10 minutes and it remained the deep black color. A small amount really went a long way. I noticed my skin tingling the entire treatment. When I removed the mask I immediately noticed that my skin was super soft and I really did feel refreshed.

Conclusion: Great mask! However, I do find it a little pricey for what it does.

What’s your favorite face mask? Which one should I try next?


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