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Tried It: Peter Thomas Roth Hungarian Thermal Water Mask

Tried It: Peter Thomas Roth Hungarian Thermal Water Mask

I’m a bit of a mask junkie and when I heard about the new Peter Thomas Roth heat mask, I was crazy curious to try it. The whole name is the Hungarian Thermal Water Mineral-Rich Atomic Heat Mask, and basically, it goes on your skin for about 3 minutes and when you wash it out with water, your face heats up. The heat flash is water activated and only lasts for a seconds.

The mask claims to help reduce the look of fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, uneven skin tone and texture, while ingredients help to open pores and draw out impurities. The product itself looks and feels like a thick paste, but it quickly thins out as it goes on your skin.

I’ve used it a handful of times now and my skin feels soft and bright immediately afterwards. It hasn’t caused any breakouts nor has it irritated my skin. In short, I’m really digging it. I love that it’s totally different from the other masks I have and more than anything, I definitely see improvement in the texture of my skin. All in all, this is a great mask to add to your arsenal.

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