Origins: Face masks


Face masks are becoming an essential part of any girl’s skincare routine. Origins in particular have some of the best face masks on the market for all skin types. If you’re not familiar with the Origins brand, they are one of the leading natural skincare brands in the country, and they have been stirring up excitement in Jane HQ for a while now! Here are 3 of our favourites…

First up is the Out of Trouble 10 minute mask which aims to remove excess oil and sweep away debris build-up. The mask comes in the form of a thick paste that you work around the face and leave on for, you guessed it, 10 minutes. The result – clean and bright looking skin. This works best for problem skin of a combination/oily nature.

If you have clogged pores, the Clear Improvement mask is perfect for you. It has ingredients such as white clay to draw out impurities and leave the skin feeling breathable. It has the most traditional texture of a face mask as it dries and hardens after a few minutes, but this only adds to the final feeling of unclogged skin once you remove the mask.

If you don’t suffer from breakouts (lucky) you may still dislike the overall appearance of your skin, for example uneven skin tone or dehydrated skin (not so lucky). Most skin can get very dehydrated throughout the day due to coffee, alcohol intake, pollution and many other factors, this can leave a dull and lifeless appearance. The Drink up mask aims to hydrate moisture-lacking skin. It works wonders for dehydrated skin, although you might enjoy slapping this onto your face for the smell alone, it has the most blissful apricot scent that reminds us of summertime.

Origins are brilliant at catering for a wide range of skin types and problem areas, if you are struggling to decide which mask to invest in – they usually have lovely gift sets, so you can try a few items within a range before you decide which one is best for you!

Drink Up Mask (£20), Clear Improvement Mask (£20), Out of Trouble Mask (£20)

Have you tried any of the Origins masks? Which ones would you recommend?