Boscia Bright White Mask Review


Boscia Bright White Mask ($38)


Watch out for my unruly eyebrows.

I got a sample of this at Sephora, and I’m always down to try a new mask. This one is very different than any mask I’ve tried before because you actually peel it off. I was even more excited when I read that it’s especially beneficial for dull and dry skin. Hello that’s me!

On the Sephora site, it claims that “the peel-off technology instantly smooths the complexion for a healthy, youthful, fresh glow.” You apply it liberally and evenly to clean, dry skin and let it sit for about 20 minutes. I did 30 cause why not? Be sure to avoid your eyes/eyebrows and hairline. If you have baby hairs by your ears like me (let’s be honest, they’re sideburns), avoid those too. It dries down to a rubbery finish and the only discomfort the mask causes is if it gets ahold of any face hairs.

Peeling it off was fun, and it really helps if you apply it thick and even. If you don’t then some bits just won’t roll off and you have to wash it off with warm water. I thought I would feel like Patrick Bateman from American Psycho but I didn’t feel like a crazy serial killer peeling the mask down.

I didn’t really see any change in skin evenness, but I DID notice a huge improvement of my skin’s texture. I used this twice a week and after the second go my face was like baby butt skin. I’d actually consider buying the full size of this. I want to try the Boscia Luminizing Black Mask  too and see which I like better. The white one tightened up my pores pretty well but I’ve heard good things about the black one so I’m torn.

Are there any masks you’re loving lately?

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