Game Changer: Origins Drink Up Intensive Night Mask

I found it! The Holy Grail of night masks and dry skin cures. This winter has been particularly brutal to my face and I just couldn’t get rid of the random dry patches! I’ve tried everything from different exfoliators, moisturizers, oils and what have yous. Nothing worked until I got the Origins Drink Up Intensive Night Mask. It’s a serious game changer.

I don’t know how I decided to go and buy the Origins Drink Up Intensive Night Mask. I think I was looking on Sephora.com and it was probably one of the cheaper masks with great reviews. But I’m so glad I got it! Like you already read, I’ve tried everything. Different exfoliators, moisturizers, oils, etc. But I couldn’t get rid of these dry patches on my cheeks. The First Aid Beauty cream probably helped my skin temporarily, but there was nothing that helped me long term.

After reading great reviews about this mask, I decided to give it a try. Here’s the run down on what I thought:

Price

$26 USD.
Not too bad for 3.4 oz. Plus there are smaller sizes/cheaper prices available.

Consistency

The Origins Drink Up Intensive Night Mask was definitely thicker than a regular moisturizer. Something I would use at night rather than the morning, but duh since that’s in the name. I didn’t necessarily feel it the next morning, but at night until I fell asleep, I could feel a layer on my face.

I don’t think I needed to use as much as I did. A little goes a long way which is super nice and cost effective!

Smell

The smell was actually really nice! It kind of reminded me of Earl Grey tea almost? There was a fruity scent to it, but it wasn’t too overpowering.

Results

Drumroll, please… (insert drumroll sound)

It took one night to see and feel results. ONE NIGHT, guys. Where has this mask been all my life?!?! Dry patches are gone and I don’t feel them coming back at all. Of course, I was skeptical so I used it the following night too. I thought it was something I would have to consistently use to keep my skin baby butt soft. But nope, after that second try, I didn’t use it for several days. Dry skin was gone for sure!

Luckily, the weather in Maryland has been on the warmer side. We hit 70 degrees in the middle of February. (Global warming, anyone? We used to get blizzards in February!) Either way, my skin is happy since the weather hasn’t been harsh or dry. I haven’t had the need to use the Origins Drink Up Intensive Night Mask again yet.

But I’m so glad I have that weapon under my belt. My skin won’t have to suffer the winter weather anymore! (And yours doesn’t have to either.) 🙂


Thanks for reading! Let me know if you have tried the Origins Drink Up Intensive Night Mask too or if you have other night masks you swear by! I would definitely love to branch out into new products.

Disclaimer: I was not sponsored to write this post. All products were purchased with my own money. 

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  • Kerona Ledgister

    Great review!! Glad you found something that finally worked
    http://www.mssparkleandglow.com

    • http://tinytaurus.com Tiny Taurus

      Thanks! I’m so glad the mask is in my life 🙂

  • http://www.theglamsurge.com Nicole Merza

    I’ve heard tons of great things about this mask! Nice to know it worked for you! I may have to give this a try soon 🙂

    Nicole | The Glam Surge

    • http://tinytaurus.com Tiny Taurus

      Definitely try it! I can’t believe it took me so long to get it myself!