Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Origins Out of Trouble Review!

Hey Beauts,

If you remember in a haul a few months back, I picked up three Origins masks. Whilst I LOVED the Drink-Up Intensive mask, I didn't really give the other two masks much of a chance. Whilst the third mask is still sitting in the back of a drawer unused, I have to say that the Out of Trouble mask is well and truly staying in my skin care routine for a long time to come. 


I'll be the first to admit that I have quite a spotty chin and whilst they don't scar (touch wood) they stay purple like a scar for a couple of weeks before they start to fade away. Well, not anymore. This product reduces them drastically and reduces the redness, harshness, and ugly looking-ness of any other spots that decide to pop up.

I personally only use this product on my chin, as to be honest, that is only where I get spots - apart from the odd spot here and there on other parts of my face. Not only does this mean I don't have to wait around with a clay like substance on my face for 15 minutes, It also means I get to save product as it is quite expensive at £23 for 100ml. The clay like mask has a very usual smell, almost herbally, like herbal sweets and has a very thick feel to it. I apply generously and wait for the products top layer to completely dry before I wash it off with a Liz Earle muslin cloth. After the first use of this, I noticed my spots reduce is size and redness, making them so much easier to conceal.

I don't really have anything else to say other than it is quite easily a miracle product for me at the moment. Have you ever tried this mask out? What did you think? And do you know of any cheaper alternatives that are just as great as this? Leave your responses in the comments below as I would love to hear what you have to say. If you aren't already and you would like to be, remember to follow on GFC and BlogLovin' so you don't miss out on any future posts. 


Be happyBe beautiful and Be YOU!
Ellie, xx

9 comments:

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  2. This .. sounds like exactly what I've been looking for ! Recently my spots have got pretty bad ( My skin was mainly clear until about a month ago ) I'd love to try this product out :) If you find any other things like this that works then I'd love to read reviews on it ! <3

    lots of love, Marianne xxx

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  3. Really great post! I have only tried Origins bath products, never there skincare but this one sounds hopeful. I get spots on my chin too unfortunately and have to be careful what I use on my face. I’m glad this product is working for you. I recommend you try the Origins bath products in grapefruit or ginger as they smell divine. As for skincare at the mo I’m using a facial wash by Faith In Nature, its unreal!! :-) xx

    Helen | Helens Fashion & Beauty Blog

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  4. I'll definitely be keeping this in mind as I'm also prone to having blemishes on my chin that remain purple for a while (about 3-4 weeks in my case). I have a mask by Decléor I'll be trying soon, but I'll add this to my list for future reference if Decléor is of no help :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice

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  5. Great review my dear, loved reading it!

    Much love xxx
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  6. I might give this product a go, thanks for sharig.

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  7. Haven't tried it, but I really would like to.

    Meme xx

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  8. Great review, definitely going to try this mask out! :)
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  9. I've been using the Origins Charcoal mask, but this one sounds brilliant, must try it.

    Emily | One Stormy Sunday

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