Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Suction black mask

Seeing those (gross) videos of blackheads being sucked off noses & chins, I knew a black mud mask was something I had to try! I searched & read reviews on for a reasonably priced one that works, and decided to give LuckyFine Blackhead Cleansing Acne Peel-Off Face Mask a try.

I've been using it for several months now. As suggested, after cleansing, I left a face cloth soaked in warm-hot water on my face for more than 5 minutes first before applying. Not much of the shiny black "polish" is needed, it goes far. I've applied it on my entire face, and also just the T zone, keeping it on for 10 minutes total every time. It's easy to peel off, and yes, it does sting, especially on the cheeks, but I'm not that sensitive to mild pain, so I'm ok with it. Never have I seen the icky evidence we're all so fascinated with afterwards though. Not many blackheads, which are really white, have been sucked out like they are pictured. All I really see are super fine white hairs. So while this mask leaves my skin tight and soft, I don't believe it's removing white/blackheads as it should.     

They do warn that it will tear facial hair when peeling the mask off, so only use it on the nose. But for me, it was just those microscopic hairs it removed. 

$6 wasn't a big cost, but if you really want to see proof white/blackheads are removed, go for a more expensive brand. 

The claims are: 

  • More face care : Oil-control, anti-aging, acne treatment, pore cleaner
  • Cleaning : Cleaning out of dirt and cuticle effectively on face
  • Blood circulation : Improving the blood circulation of your face by this mask. Help to keep your face smoother and tender
  • Daily using : This great blackhead remover helps to remove stain or oil spots on your face with daily use
  • Note: Product is not suitable for sensitive skin and recommended that customers use the item on the hands or ears then to use on the face

Until next time,


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