Skin Food Black Sugar Mask Review

Here’s my 3rd sample of the day! I got the Skin Food Black Sugar Mask in my August 2016 Birchbox and it was just what I needed today!


What’s to love?

My face was in desperate need of a good exfoliating today and the Skin Food Black Sugar Mask did the trick.

The mask is super grainy and smells just like fruit. I rubbed the mask into my skin and let it set for 10 minutes. The mask felt amazing on my face, very refreshing and nice. I love these rough exfoliating masks because my skin is oily and tends to look dull if I don’t  exfoliate often. I rarely get redness from masks.

I washed the mask off with a warm clothe and my skin feels smooth and tight. I really love this mask and plan on adding it into my monthly routine.


About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 48-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing. In her spare time she collects beach glass and blogs about it.
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9 Responses to Skin Food Black Sugar Mask Review

  1. I really want to subscribe to Brchbox! Just gotta get some things in oder

  2. hippylip says:

    I have Skinfood’s Rice mask and it’s great for moisture but I think I would like this better.

  3. I’ve had my eyes on this mask for years, really need to try it now! Jay x

  4. Salla Hietanen says:

    I also love this mask. It exfoliates, but it’s still not too rough, and it leaves my skin so smooth. And the smell is heaven!

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