Plump It Up – Ole Henriksen Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask

I first heard of Ole Henriksen via an issue of Us Weekly circa 2003 when the much more grounded Gwyneth Paltrow raved about his collagen boosting Truth Serum. I raced to Henri Bendel to get a bottle because at the time that was the only place to get it in Manhattan. A decade later, there isn’t a single Ole product I haven’t tried and his masks are among my favorites. #NothingButTheTruth

The three top reasons I love Ole Henriksen’s Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask: it’s a clear gel so it doesn’t make me look deranged. It smells of soothing and relaxing lavender, which makes me so much less of a spaz. The effects are immediate as well as cumulative because of the enzymatic exfoliation making it a perfect pre-party mask. #WonderGel

With its moisture binding hyaluronic acid base, this enzyme mask plumps up the skin on contact. Ole Henriksen uses panthenol (Vitamin B) and aloe vera to nourish and replenish hydration. Anti-inflammatory lavender repairs the skin while blue and black berry extracts oxygenate and renew. Safe for all skin types, it is recommended for use 2-3 times a week. Or, whenever you remember. #NeverForget

ole henriksen blue black berry enzyme mask gel review inhautepursuit

Because Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask is a gel, it does not dry nor become tightly uncomfortable on the skin. It feels very cooling actually. You leave it on for 20 minutes, which coincides with my evening bathing ritual. Coincidentally, it takes me the same amount of time to read an issue of Us Weekly. You may feel a slight tingle from the papaya enzyme exfoliation but it won’t leave your face red. It’s potent, yet non-irritating. #CalmDown

blue black berry enzyme mask ole henriksen review inhautepursuit

Originally from Denmark, Ole Henriksen has owned an LA-based spa for over 30 years. A celebrity and beauty editor favorite, Ole makes his entire range widely available. His website offers a superb online shopping experience and you can always try the items at your local Sephora. A 3.5oz jar of Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask retails for $34. #TakeTheDeal

 

Read previous post:
Maelove Launches Fade Away Brightening Serum

While Maelove may be best known for its iconic Vitamin C serum, The Glow Maker, it was the Retinal night...

Close