Origins Drink Up 10 Minute Mask | Boots | £22
Origins masks, in the bloggers world, are very popular and after using this mask, I can see why! The Origins Drink Up 10 Minute Mask is formulated for people with tight, flaky, dehydrated or dry skin and helps to add that additional hydration. It only needs to be left on skin for 10 minutes before being rinsed or tissued off.
The product is a thick, white cream with a gorgeous, smooth texture and a divine scent. It applies to skin like a dream and you only need a small amount, so I am pretty confident that the tube will last a good 15+ uses. Whilst wearing the Drink Up 10 Minute Mask, it feels luxurious and premium; you can almost feel your skin drinking up the much needed nourishment, especially during the winter months we have had.
When removing the mask, I prefer to use a large cotton pad to remove any excess as I feel washing it off will remove some of the goodness on my skin. Afterwards, my skin feels silky smooth and very well nourished. I love to apply this after a shower, before I head out in the evening, or applying it in the morning if I've got an event to attend during the day, tissuing it off before applying my makeup. (It was perfect nourishment the morning of my university interview in February when I knew it would be a long, hard day).
As someone with dry, dehydrated skin, this, alongside the overnight version, are both musts in my collection. They both work fantastically well and have helped my dehydrated skin during the colder winter months. I think this one will also come in use over the summer because it's not quite as intensive as the overnight mask and therefore I will get more use out of it.
Origins Drink Up 10 Minute Mask Ingredients
From the ingredients, you can see lots of different essential oils which is what I believe really makes this mask so fantastic; the ingredients are definitely what you are paying for. As someone was sensitive, acne prone skin, I can confirm that the mask did not break me out, nor did the essential oils irritate my skin.
Overall, I am extremely pleased with the Origins Drink Up 10 Minute Mask and will certainly be repurchasing it. I love using face masks and see them as my little luxury during the week and on a Sunday where I usually have a little afternoon of pampering. If you're suffering from dry, dehydrated skin, you may also find my Winter Skin Saviours post helpful.
Can you recommend any masks for me to try? The Kiko Purifying Mask and the Super Facialists Rose Hydrate Intense Moisture Mask are also on my wishlist. Have you tried either of them?