Press Sample- Review By Rashin
My skin has been all kinds of crazy these days. Some spots look great while I have acne on others and then there’s just that over all blah look. The look just makes my look more tired and that’s never a good look. To top it all off my allergies have kicked in and I’m so itchy. Luckily I got a jar of the Reviva Labs Problem Skin Mask to try out on my combination skin. I’ve tried some of their other products but only when my skin was behaving so I’m excited to see what kind of results I get this time.
Company Description- ‘Helps clear acne pimples and blemishes… helps absorb excess oil without over drying skin. Fights harmful bacteria and helps draw out impurities.’
Reviva Labs Problem Skin Mask Review
Upon opening the jar I got smacked with a vapor rub fragrance which reminded me that some people do apply vapor rub to their pimples but this is as close as I’ve gotten to doing that. It’s a good thing that I like this scent though because like I said, it’s pretty strong. Now before you decide that you refuse to use this mask lets remember one simple fact- when you have a break out, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll do just about anything to make it look good again. Am I right? If you’re saying no then your skin isn’t as bad as mine.
If you have acne then you know that some products do irritate your skin. I found that this mask actually feels soothing and I had no irritation at all. I’ll even go as far as to say that it really nice on and I enjoyed using it.
The mask is pretty thick but it’s really easy to lather on and because it’s so rich it stays on so you can do stuff while you wait to rinse it off. The first time that I used it, I took a look around, realized that no one is home and treated myself to a quiet cup of coffee and a book. Oh the bliss of having uninterrupted me time! All good things come to an end though and after twenty minutes I put away my book andI rinsed the mask off with lukewarm water and patted my skin dry.
Once I looked in the mirror I saw that had a healthy glow, looked nourished and felt supple. My acne is still there but because my skin looks more vibrant and hydrated it doesn’t look as bad as before and I look more radiant. Goodbye oily skin, hello healthier looking skin.
The main ingredients in the Reviva Labs Problem Skin Mask are ‘Water, SD Alcohol, 39c, Zinc Oxide, Sulfur, Camphor, Sorbitol, Carboxy Methyl Hydroxyethyl Cellulose, Polysorbate 20, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citric Acid.’
The ingredients that help to absorb the oil on the skin and the clear blemishes are the zinc oxide and sulfur. An added bonus is that the mask contains ingredients from Dead Sea in Israel and if you’ve ever been there or applied the water or mud to your face then you know that that stuff clears up whatever you have going on. The only problem is that when I went to the Dead Sea and applied the mud to my skin it burned in ways that made me see stars. It doesn’t bother my skin at all here though so I got no complaints about that at all.
The Reviva Labs Problem Skin Mask is $15 for a 1.5 oz jar. There’s no animal ingredients and no animal testing which I like because I love the bunnies. As far as I’m concerned this mask is going to be added to my routine from now on. I love my mask and would recommend it to anyone who has problematic skin.
Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers