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Ole Henriksen Blue Black Berry Enzyme Facial Mask, 3.5 Fluid Ounce

A luxurious, aromatic gel mask that will renew and condition sensitive skin

Key features

  • This potently calming blend of lavender, papaya enzyme, blueberries, and blackberries gently polishes the skin
  • Relieving facial stress and delivering smooth results
  • A hydrating, reparative gel mask for all skin types

Honest reviews

★★★★★

What a gem!

I’ve been using this for about 3wks or 4.Use it about 3x a week. My skin is super, super sensitive also combination.Stress ages us, personally as a college student – this has been my face first aid. One time I was crashing at 5am from midterms and assignments, when i looked in the mirror i was dragged down even further by how much my face looked like it aged from stress in just a day. I gave this a go, washed it off after 25 mins and went to sleep. When I woke up my skin looked so healthy … like I just came back from vacation. My face brakes out when I stress and before I went to bed I saw two little red irritation marks and they were gone too. My skin looked so calm and fresh and healthy. I was gobsmacked. Where was my “I just pulled an all nighter” face?The more I use this, the better and better my results are getting. In my second week I started seeing the benefits. My blemish scars from like 6 months are even fading (my skin takes a life time to heal sometimes). There’s no tingle, no irritation just smooth gel with a lovely lavender smell.What.A.Gem* This has also worked for my mother who deals with enzema

Saundra Phillips, WI
★★★★★

LOVE LOVE LOVE!

This is like a detox for your face. The luxury reminds me of something you’d get in a hotel’s spa while on vacation. I love it. Not only does your skin feel better, the enzymatic debridement makes it feel better too.

Florine Tenmile, OR
★★★★★

Great mask

I did a lot of research on amazon and Sephora. I use it a couple of times a week, or when my skin get’s crunchy during the cooler months. It makes my dry skin few smooth and dewy. Worth the price.

Pat Saint Robert, MO
★★★★★

Leaves my skin hydrated and calm

I have skin that is dry, sensitive, and itchy, especially in the winter time. It’s also acne prone (sigh) so I’m very picky about the products I use. I love this mask! It makes my skin feel hydrated and look much healthier. It also feels great on – it has a light gel-like texture and a cooling effect so I’ve found it is very calming when my skin is feeling otherwise irritated. For example, I recently had my third facial peel at my doctor’s office and this helped me get through the days after when my skin was peeling, raw, and in pain. It’s a great product. For a different texture I also really enjoyFirst Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask-2 oz.. I find that similarly that one leaves my skin feeling moisturized and calm, but it has more of a creamy texture

Viola Henry, NE
★★★★★

Great mask but still too many toxins

My favorite enzyme mask ever is the Tata Harper resurfacing mask, but that mask is $20 more for about half as much and was my old go-to mask years ago. After a long flight and then staying at my parent’s with their wood stove which makes the air in the house REALLY dry, I needed a mask that was going to moisturize and refine my skin. I knew I’d be using it a couple times a week for awhile so because this is cheaper and you get a lot more, I got this instead of the Tata Harper mask.My skin was looking pretty battered after the long flight – it was clogged up, breaking out (which I almost NEVER do) and super dry. I like to put this mask on while I’m still in the shower – I find that the steam makes it even more effective and then leave it on for awhile after I get out of the shower. Leaving it on for just 10 minutes is effective, but leaving it on for 20 or 30 is magic.After just one use, I notice a huge difference. My skin was clearer, looked fresher, and wasn’t nearly as dry. I love the smell (more lavender than anything else) and I also really like that you can slather this on over the under-eye area. Makes a big difference there, as well.The only thing I DON’T like about this mask is that it’s not natural/non toxic (regardless of Sephora’s “Green” classification) see it’s rating in the cosmetics database here: […]Normally, I would avoid it since I’ve mostly phased out all my “toxic” skincare products but time & money just didn’t allow for me to go the Tata Harper route this time.

Lena Walton, KS