Origins Out of Trouble 10-Minute Mask


REVIEW  Description: 

A super effective camphor clay + zinc mask for acne-prone or oily skin types. Leaves skin feeling soft and purified; reduces redness, oil, and breakouts. 

Where to buy:

Amazon, Origins' website, or the Origins brick-and-mortar shop 


Why do I like this product so much? Um, because it WORKS...better than any spot treatment or mask made for blemishes that I have ever tried. I'll put this on blemishes at night, wash it off in the morning, and the spots will be entirely or (just about) gone. 

Didn’t love: 

Absolutely nothing! Some people may not like that it goes on white, stays white, and the roommates will see you with a white mask all over your face, but I have no shame. 

ORIGINS Out of Trouble Mask: REVIEW | Wholesomely Hannah
ORIGINS Out of Trouble Mask: REVIEW | Wholesomely Hannah


water\aqua\eau; cetyl esters; zinc oxide; titanium dioxide; cetyl alcohol; cetearyl alcohol; glycerin; glyceryl stearate; peg-100 stearate; camphor; ceteareth-20; salicylic acid; colloidal sulfur; butylene glycol; bentonite; caprylyl glycol; hexylene glycol; phenoxyethanol 

Price tag: 

$29 on Amazon Prime; $26 on Origins' site 

Additional thoughts: 

For anyone with acne or pimples, I cannot recommend a product that is better than this. I use this mask as a spot treatment for blemishes that pop up from time to time. I know, I know, it says “10 Minute Mask”. I’ve used it like that before, but lately, I’ve been putting it on problem areas at night, going to bed, & washing it off in the morning. 

My sister tried it last week for the first time; she, my mom, and I have now noticed a HUGE difference in her skin’s clarity. The zinc oxide, sulfur, and camphor clay in this mask work like magic together. It’s $30, but I’ve been using my same bottle for well over a year & a half. Safe to say that it is WORTH IT. Grab it here