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Palmer’s Skin Success Brightening Facial Mask, 5.25 Ounce

Palmer’s skin success even tone brightening facial mask is a creamy, clay-based mask with natural complexion brightening ingredients. Vitamin C and E and licorice extract reduce blotchiness and improve skins tone and texture. Cleans deep, eliminating impurities and dead skin cells. Your skin is left noticeably smoother with a healthy glow.

Key features

  • Kaolin-based mask designed to remove dulling impurities and deep clean pores
  • With vitamins C and E and licorice extract
  • Cleans deep, eliminating impurities and dead skin cells. Your skin is left noticeably smoother with a healthy glow

Honest reviews

★★★★★

Great Face Mask

I ordered Palmers Brightening Facial Mask at the end of June and I have been using it about once a week since I received it. I have to say that this is the best facial mask I’ve ever tried.Before, I would have described myself as having sensitive-combination skin with a splotchy tone. There were a few dark acne marks on my chin as well as some redness on my cheeks and around my nose. Plus, my face had a grayish hue that always made me look tired and worn out.My complexion has significantly improved since incorporating the Brightening Facial Mask into my skin care regimen. Not only does it tighten up my skin and give my face a soft, glowing appearance, but it has also helped to diminish most of the dark marks and redness I was so concerned with before. I also like its subtle scent.I haven’t used the mask under my eyes as it does take a bit of rubbing to remove it once it has dried and I don’t want to pull at such delicate skin. However, I am extremely pleased with this product overall and plan on buying it again.

Angela Fort Harrison, MT
★★★★★

So far so good

So far so good. I’ve been using the mask once a week so far and it seems to be helping. I’ve only had the product for a little over a month now so only time will tell. I can definately see a change in my skin after I use it. A little goes a long way so that is definately a plus. The product didn’t cause me to break out at all and seems to be helping against it too.

Leticia Mcloud, OK
★★★★★

Hmm this Mask…

This Brightening Facial Mask is alright, I got it from a beauty and hair store, and I was just finding a product that doesn’t contain Hydroquinone in it, and I’ve barely heard of Brightening masks, only ones that are expensive that’s for sure! Over all, I used this mask every two times a week, and after I take it off, it looked like the shine of my cheeks have appeared like a softy, glowy touch… I do like this, and I am not too sure about the eye brightening it can do under your eyes, in my Mother’s side of the family our eyes aren’t very dark shadowing, but when I took it off under my eyes, it did seem to appear lighter.Why I gave this product review less one star is that it shows temporary results. My skin looked back where it was the next day.

Diane Millbury, OH
★★★★★

Ok.

Good for my skin.I use the fade cream and it works perfectly well with it.I have recommended it to my friends.

Jane Goose Lake, IA
★★★★★

Love it

I really like the look of my skin after I use this. The dark circles under my eyes look lighter and my skin tone looks even and lovely. I really like this face mask!

Marcie Summit Station, PA
★★★★★

Skip the high-end dark spot removers; they are about hype, not results.

I do understand that individual results regarding products is a highly subjective matter; what might work for one person might seem to be of little, to no use whatsoever, to another. However, there seems to be a trend in beauty creams/lotions/serums/masks/scrubs/potions/etc.: uneven tone and dark spots. Dark spots and uneven skin tone can occur with age, hormonal changes, sun damage, and a plethora of other “blanket” causes. No matter the case, they suck. Just as a woman does not want acne all over her face, the scarring left behind (or the illusion of acne scarring) is also an unwelcome guest. I am a Caucasian woman in my (nearly) mid-thirties with extremely fair skin. I first found this product when I was in my early twenties, and my son was an infant. I saw dermatologists for these little tear drop shaped “freckles” that would spontaneously appear on the apple of my cheek; they sent me home with EXPENSIVE ointments and such that left me with irritated skin, and no successful removal of said “spots.” Well, I happened to simply pick this item up at a drug store one day. There was no rhyme or reason to my purchase, as I did not buy it thinking in the least bit that it would help the “freckle-like” spots that would come and go. I simply wanted a facial mask to try out. Low and behold, after only a few uses, the spot in question (the one that the dermatologist tried to sell me a chemical peel on…) vanished. Yep. Now, I am not guaranteeing you the same results. There is no possible way that I could make such a promise, but trust me- I have tried nearly everything. In the last couple of years, as my skin has aged, I have had more uneven areas and spots. I ran out of Palmer’s Skin Success Brightening Facial Mask (I have not been able to find it in drugstores), so I resorted to using other “tone issue” products: Clinique, Peter Thomas Roth, Philosophy (a brand that I typically SWEAR BY, but not in this case…), Estee Lauder, Joey NY, and, well…you get the point. Bottom line: I’ve literally (LITERALLY) spent hundreds of dollars on skin care products boasting even-tone and dark spot reduction. I am a believer that if a product is good, then it is good. It can be a drugstore or department store brand; it simply has to have excellent results and make you want to buy it again. Palmer’s Skin Success is brilliant because it works (better than anything I’ve tried, as I said), it’s affordable (5 bucks??? A steal!), and it’s not overly complicated. Unlike other tedious even tone “kits,” you just lather this all over your face, let it dry, and wash it off. Giving a whirl is hardly a huge gamble; don’t spend hundreds on “high end” brands as I did, for I doubt that you’ll get the results that you are seeking.

Lela Mico, TX