Origins Out of Trouble Mask Pods


Welcome to the first post of a brand new weekly series on my blog- Face Mask Friday. Every Friday I will bring you a review of a different face mask, my favourite pampering treat.


The Origins Out of Trouble 10-Minute Mask has been like a God-send to me this month. For the past 5 to 6 weeks, I’ve had a red, raw and very sore breakout right across my jaw. I never usually suffer from breakouts and no matter what I tried, I just couldn’t shift this one. That was until I popped on some of the Origins Out of Trouble Mask.

This literally sorted out the mass of painful spots overnight. I put the mask on for ten minutes just after dinner and when I woke up the next morning, the breakout had dried up and calmed down incredibly. I repeated the mask the next night, and by the following morning it had gone completely. 

Origins Out of Trouble Mask on Face

The Origins Out of Trouble mask is a white-coloured clay mask that contains an acne-fighting line-up of Zinc Oxide (it reduces oil and is an anti-inflammatory), Sulphur (to kill bacteria and promote healing) and Camphor (to reduce irritation and calm the skin). It has a medicinal scent that’s a bit like Sudocrem (which also contains Zinc Oxide), but I didn’t mind it at all.

When drying on my skin, the mask felt very cooling. This cold tingly sensation continued after I had removed the mask and my skin felt clean and refreshed. I would definitely recommend trying this is you are suffering from problem skin- what have you got to lose?

You can buy a full 100ml tube of the Origins Out of Trouble mask for £23 from www.debenhams.com, or you can do as I did (if you too don’t think you’ll need to use it regularly) and buy it in 5ml single-use pods. Debenhams were selling 4 of these for £5, but they are out of stock at the moment. I hope they are bringing these back!

Have you tried this mask before?

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