Get Your Organic On

Organic On has me mask heaven at the moment! As the name would suggest, these guys make organic products with pure products are carefully sourced, extracted and delivered and also have minimal carbon footprint. They sent me their range of products to try out and I wanted to share them with you.

Activated Charcoal Blackhead Removal Mask

This product aims to minimise the appearance of pores, absorb excess oil and gently exfoliate your skin. It is also full of anti-aging vitamin C and antioxidants which aim to visibly reduce hyperpigmentation, minimise large pores, reduce fine lines and wrinkles and combat excess oil. I found this to be just like your standard black peel off mask. I find these don't work to well on me to pull out black heads, they mostly just seem to pull out all the little hairs on mt face which is why it feels so smooth afterwards. It may be that my current blackhead situation isn't in such a state that it needs a treatment like this - I think these type of masks are really something that you need to try yourself to find if it works for you. If you find peel off masks have worked for you in the past I think this is a great option and much better than buying a cheap $2 one off eBay that could have all sorts of unknown ingredients in it.

Exfoliating Clay Masks

I love a good clay mask, so having three to try from Organic On was certainly exciting - I love to use  clay masks to really detoxify and cleanse out my skin, particularly if I notice breakouts starting to occur and I want to combat them early to limit the amount of time they spend hanging around on my face. I honestly loved each of these (it's hard for me to not love most clay masks I try) and each aims to combat certain skin issues and give varying results depending on what you're after. They also have different scents, which also might affect which one suits you best depending on how sensitive you are to smells when they're on your face.

Dead Sea Mud
This detoxifying mask uses a combination of Dead Sea Clay and Activated Charcoal to act as a magnet that draws out the toxins in your skin, and then uses Turmeric and Raw Cacao to help tone and hydrate. In terms of scent, I unexpectedly found this smelt a bit like eucalyptus lollies, which I didn't mind.

This is an exfoliating mask that uses chamomile, lavender and essential natural oils to help cleanse out your skin and leave it glowing. Despite the name, I found this didn't really have a strong rose scent like I was expecting, in fact I couldn't smell to much scent at all.

This is a rejuvenating mask that blends Matcha and Cucumber, along with the hydrating powers of Aloe Vera, to help both cleanse and hydrate your skin. I found this one has a nice natural, clean scent to it.

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