Kiehl’s Algae Mask Review

Pros:

See a difference after 10 minutes (no need to walk around wearing a mask half of your evening).

Cons:

The price.

More:

Some parts of Europe suffer from heatwaves, my part of Europe is going through autumn. I am serious: it rains constantly and it is very cold. I have packed my sandels and summer dresses away and replaced them with cosy sweaters and tea. It is a bit sad to give up on summer before august has even come, therefore I am comforting myself with my favourite skin care obsession: masks. Those of you who have followed my beauty journey on this blog, know that I have an extensive collection of them and can never say no to a new purchase.

This mask from american Kiehls is a bit pricy, but It lasts for ages since you only need a small amount per application. What I really like about this mask is that you can see a difference already after ten minutes. So you do not have to walk around wearing it for ages (and pray for a result). It is sticky, but worth it. Also it contains Algae, Green tea, Calendula..all yummy ingredients for the skin. It promises to make your skin soft and smooth, and actually I think it keeps that promise well. My skin feels very hydrated after usage.

As a conclusion this is a good long-term investment, it you can stand the stickiness.

Overall:starstarstarstarnostar

Value for money:starstar starstarnostar

Does what it promises:starstar starstarstar

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6 thoughts on “Kiehl’s Algae Mask Review

  1. Great to know that this works. I’m a great fan of face masks too, and I’m always interested in finding out more. Sorry for your ‘rainy’ side of Europe…

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      1. The only one that gives me real results afterwards is the REN Glycolactic Renewal, although I’m a huge fan of Peter Thomas Roth masks as well: the cucumber one is great to calm the skin and the rose one is very hydrating too. 😉

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