This is my only leave in/ rinse off masque at the moment. I have this one since before I was pregnant, and I would often use it when I remember. The trouble with this one is that I have to rinse off, which sometimes makes it harder. Initially, when I saw this product, it didn’t occur to me that it was a mask. Well… MD Formulations does have a lot of beauty products worth trying.
Actually, it was the word Vit- A that attracted me into buying this. As we all know, vitamin A is good for the skin, and you can find Retinol (vitamin A analogue) in products that improves skin tone and clarity. MD Formulation’s masque promised beautiful skin, refined pores. It also boasts reduce pimples and fight oiliness. The main reason is that I needed something light to exfoliate and even out my skin tone.
MD Formulation’s Vit- A Plus Clearing Complex Masque contains alpha and beta hydroxy acids, which are gentle exfoliating chemicals. Top them up with retinol and rosemary, I had hopes. The mask smells of rosemary (nice) and applies smoothly like velvet. The only problem I have is to rinse it off after ten minutes. because it is not good to leave this mask in for too long.
Verdict? It is pretty good, but too bad I am not consistent enough to tell you if it does work or not. Straight after rinsing off, I do notice that my skin has improved in terms of oil production/ sheen. That matte feeling stays for a good while, hence the tendency to forget. I would do this every week or every fortnight, if I do remember. Sometimes once a month, because I would use other masks before coming back to this.
MD Formulation does have a few promising products in its range, I will try other products one day. But right now, I have to finish this one first. I do recommend this if for people who have oily skin. It is not the most expensive brands, worth a try.
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