I’m a newbie to the brand Origins. My fave British Youtubers talk about this brand a lot but the brand was not available in the Philippines when I first heard about it. Luckily, Origins is now available in the country and they now have a few pop-up stores around the metro. The brand has a store at the SM Mall of Asia where I first checked out their products and I now have two products from their extensive range that I love and have quickly become staples to my skincare routine!
The Origins Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Mask has quickly become my favorite face mask! Being a face mask junkie, I love trying face masks and I have quite the collection of face masks! This charcoal mask is by far the best mask I’ve tried because it just works! It cleans out my pores effectively and over the time that I’ve been using this mask, I’ve noticed how smaller my pores have become! It’s active ingredient is Bamboo Charcoal which acts like a magnet that sucks out all the dirt from the pores. I highly recommend this mask if you have huge pores and oily skin like me!
I’ve tried a few eye creams these past few years but none has made an impact on my undereye area. The Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream is the eye cream that has worked for me so far! This eye cream is meant to moisturize the area around the eyes and to reduce dark circles and puffiness. It’s active ingredient is coffee which instantly refreshes tired eyes. I do have dark circles around my eyes and my eyes get puffy whenever I don’t get enough sleep. This eye cream has greatly helped in reducing puffiness. It’s great to use in the morning after a tiring night but I still use it everyday as I have noticed that it has also helped in lightening the dark circles around my eyes. This eye cream is recommended for basically all skin types. Even though the texture of this cream is very creamy, it does not feel heavy around the eyes and it does not cause any makeup I’ve applied around my eyes to go cakey.
Have you tried any Origins products? What are you faves and recommendations?