Origins using alcohol in products/ Ginzing Peel-Off Mask

Origins is a large skincare brand in the United States that is Estee Lauder’s son’s brand. The company does well, and I love certain products that you may see spread out throughout my blogs such as the ginseng eye cream which I LOVE, and the Retexturing Mask with red clay. Anyway, this blog post is to outline a huge issue that I continue to see in the beauty community being that some brands will add ingredients that agitate your skin more so that you’ll continue to use it and not notice that its the product itself. I started my journey in skincare off through my dad's girlfriend who was a product junkie and owned a skincare company. I know what will F*$#k your skin, and the Ginzing Peel-Off Mask is soaked in alcohol. I dumbly didn’t read the ingredients on this one mask because I decided to start a journey into just trying random stuff. I began to apply this with a brush that I will also link down below, and I realized that the mask was drying extremely fast and very uneven. I then went to the back of the bottle, and the 2nd and 3rd ingredients are ALCOHOL, I don’t drink because it is terrible for your skin and your body so why would I willingly apply alcohol to my face. I immediately actually decided to try out the mask for the full 10 minutes and after taking it off my skin felt over dry which I didn't like after applying this for a certain amount of time this may damage your skin more than help it. I will not be using it again, and instead, I will link some other products below that do the same thing without alcohol and work. Thanks so much for reading xoxo -Chaz

Product that has alcohol that I HATED:

Origins Ginzing Peel-Off Mask

Brush Used:

Hourglass Mask Brush

Blog Posts to Products I like for effect this is supposed to have:

Dr Brant Magnet Mask

Ole Henricksen Hydraclay Mask

Sunday Riley Sulfur Mask

Caudalie Purifying Mask