Beauty,  Review

Jorgobé: scrub mask

Jorgobé was an unknown brand for me. But thanks to my goodiebox membership this changed. In the meantime, I already try out a few products from this brand. And one of these products is this 2 in 1 scrub mask. You can use it as a cleansing face scrub but also as a deep cleansing face mask. I’m trying out this product for some months now and I tried it in the 2 different ways. So in this article, I’m going to tell you all about this 2 in 1 scrub mask.

This scrub mask contains black jojoba, shea butter, zinc, menthol, and apricot kernel oil. This must remove dead skin, oil, and impurities with as result a soft hydrated skin. Depending on your skin type you may use this product 1 to 2 times a week. When you use it as a scrub you can shortly massage it into the skin and rinse it with lukewarm water. As a face mask, you can use it on a cleansed skin and massage it in circular motions. You let it work for 5 till 15 minutes and then you can remove it with lukewarm water. Be sure to use a good hydrating cream afterward. I really love the packing from this scrub, it looks clean and it’s handy.

The texture of this cream is very light and is easy to apply. And as you can see is the scrub grain from different formats, some smaller and thicker ones. You can clearly feel this grain.

My experience with jorgobé scrub mask:

I only use this scrub/mask when I have impurities or pimples. So this is 2 till 3 times a month. Then I use it as a mask and let it do its work for 5 minutes and rinse it off. This mask works so deep cleansing and it also scrubs my skin. I really need a good hydrating cream or a mask after using this. But if you have a lot of impurities or greasy skin then I’m sure this mask will do miracles for you. Because it works fantastic as a mask and scrub and it cleanses the skin very well without dry it out. And another special thing about this mask… It has a cooling effect on the skin.

Price: jorgobé scrub mask cost €26,90 for 100ml.

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