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Review: Origins Dragon Fruit Brightening Superfruit Mask

Review: Origins Dragon Fruit Brightening Superfruit Mask

A couple months ago, Origins invited their social media followers to help them choose their next mask: Dragon Fruit or Ginger Kombucha. The winner was this Dragon Fruit Brightening Superfruit Mask. I picked it up at Sephora the day it launched and have used it a few times since then. As always, I wanted to share more about what this mask is all about, and what my personal experiences have been in the past week.

Origins claims the mask will help boost radiance and improve your skin’s clarity. Forumulated with dragon fruit and vitamin C for brightening, crushed walnut shell for exfoliating, and tangerine, lemon and blackcurrant to help you feel refreshed, it’s really an enticing mask to add to your self-care regime.

Dragon fruit, which originated in Central America, has many beneficial properties to consider. It slows down the effects of aging, helping to keep your skin soft and supple. Packed with antioxidants, this super fruit is also essential for getting rid of free radicals. Lastly, it’s vitamin C rich, which helps save your skin from unwanted dullness.

Priced at $27 for 3.4 oz, the vibrantly pink mask is creamy but lightweight. It doesn’t feel heavy and smells so good—sweet and fruity. Tiny walnut shell granules exfoliate, so it feels nice both when I massage it in and when I wash it off.

Some vitamin C masks can leave your face red, this one thankfully didn’t. My skin looked brighter and felt softer immediately after use. Since my skin isn’t normally sensitive, I thought this fell somewhere in the middle of the exfoliation range. Again, I didn’t have any issues with irritated skin, but I could see this perhaps feeling rough for those who prefer gentle cleansers and masks.

Another thing to mention is that I broke out a little bit the day after first use. I don’t know if it’s because of the mask, but I don’t usually breakout. I’ve used it twice more and didn’t see any additional breakouts, but wanted to mention that nonetheless. I’m keeping an eye on that.

All in all, it seems like a nice mask. It’s not super hydrating, rather better suited for brightening, refreshing and exfoliating. If you’re on the search for a kickass brightening mask, however, I prefer the Tatcha Violet-C Radiance Mask or the Tata Harper Resurfacing Mask. Neither have exfoliating properties, however, but you can always use an exfoliating cleanser before masking.

I’ll continue to try the Dragon Fruit Brightening Superfruit Mask (hoping for no breakouts), because more than anything, I love switching things up.

Photo source: Origins

This post contains affiliate links, meaning I’ll receive a small commission should you purchase using those links. All opinions expressed are my own. I receive no compensation for reviews.

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