Hey Everyone, thanks for coming back!! Today I’d be reviewing another Farmacy item I’ve been testing over the past few weeks, it is the Farmacy Bright On Vitamin c mask. Before I received this wonderful gift from Farmacy Beauty, I got samples of this mask from Sephora and used about 3 times so I already formed my opinion even before I got this gift.
What is it: Bright on is a clay mask (Kaolin and bentonite clay) that contains vitamin c (that’s massage activated) and fruit-derived AHAs, the full ingredients list is just awesome (like all other farmacy product).
Ingredients According to Sephora –
-Micro-Encapsulated Vitamin C: Releases powerful brightening and clarifying benefits to leave skin looking brighter and more even-toned.
-Kaolin and Bentonite Clay: Helps detox skin by removing excess oil and impurities and visibly diminishes the appearance of pores.
-Fruit-Derived Blend Of Alpha Hydroxy Acids (Bilberry, Sugarcane, Orange, Lemon, Sugar Maple): Help support natural cell turnover to reveal a brighter, smoother looking complexion.
-Aloe + Superfood Blend Of Apple, Broccoli, Kale, Blueberry, and Cucumber: Help nourish, moisturize, and soothe skin.
It honestly doesn’t feel like a clay mask, it is so smooth that I was scared it wouldn’t wash off completely and it would end up being like those masks that just leave weird residues but no, this washed off nicely to reveal brighter smoother skin.
The mask is so much fun, it is color changing, it applies lavender and as you massage it into your skin, it turns green. The mask brightens the skin and thanks to the exfoliating acids in it, it leaves your skin feeling softer and smoother. It’s a really nice multitasking mask, it detoxes your pores, brightens your skin and helps with texture, I think you’d love this mask. You can always start by getting a sample like a did just so you know it’s not just hype. 😉.
Have you tried this mask before, what did you think?! Is this mask on your wishlist?! Let me know!!
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*product was kindly gifted but all opinions are mine. Not a sponsored post.