Hello Underdogs, it’s time to try to get back into the swing of things. Try it Tuesday’s product is called Spascriptions. This is something that I picked up while I was at Walmart. Both my roommate and I were looking for something new to use on our faces, and this seemed like a good choice. It’s a 3 pack of gel face masks, with one mask applicator. In this box is 3 different gel masks that are 1.7 oz each. They all are all for different skin concerns such as Rose (deep cleaning). Gold(smooth fine line and wrinkles), and Cucumber(calming). This product was $8.99 and was not on sale. I didn’t have any sort of coupons either, but seeing that you are getting 3 masks and one good size applicator, it doesn’t seem like a bad deal. Here is my review of the product, and my thoughts.
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I decided to try out the Gold gel mask from the Spascirptions box. I’m not going to lie, I had visions of my face being gold and I would look like an Oscar. Sadly, that didn’t happen, but putting on the mask gave me a bit of a glitter look, so I sparkled like the queen that I am! I do want to say that the box itself, with all the products inside, was not easy to open. I had to rip it in half in order to get all 4 parts out. That wasn’t too much fun, but it was packaged so nothing was going anywhere, so I guess that was a good thing.
For those of you who have followed along with my Try it Tuesday before, you know how much I dislike having a scent to things that you put on your face. Outside of a natural smell of the ingredients, I think adding any sort of scent can really have an affect on your skin, especially if you have sensitive skin like myself. That is why I was very happy when I opened the jar and smelled next to nothing! There was a very, very light scent to the Gold, but it was nothing more than what I would consider a natural smell. That made me super happy. The applicator was very easy to use, but there really wasn’t directions to state how much to put on your face. They just say apply evenly after you clean your face. I wish these products, like Spascriptions, would be more specific on how much to put on your face. I guessed and put on a few small scoops. To my delight, my second favorite thing happened when using a face mask, which is the cooling effect. This gel mask cooled as quickly as I put it on my face. I love when that happens.
It says on that Gold container that this is a 15 minute mask. I went and sent my timer and went about my business. Again, I’m not sure if I put on too much, or too little. I think I may have put too much on my forehead because it was still gooey after 15 minutes. The rest of my face was kind of dry, but I could feel the gel mask on it still. Those 15 minutes were pretty uneventful outside of that. That is actually a good thing because I didn’t feel itchy, or have any sort of adverse reaction. I also didn’t feel the need to go wash off my face before the end of the timer like I have in the past with other products. I then used a washcloth with warm water to take off the gel mask. It was also super easy to get off, and I didn’t feel like I had any left over film on me at all.
This is only the first time that I have used this product, and Spascriptions recommends that you use the product 2 to 3 times a week. I know you won’t feel a whole lot different after one use. However, there are things that I look for when using a face mask even if it’s for the first time. First is smell, second is cooling or heating, third is if it hurts or itches my face, and fourth is how my skin feels after removing. My skin actually felt tighter, especially on my forehead, and cheeks, which is where I think I got the most product. My face didn’t feel super smooth, or soft, but even after an hour my face felt much tighter. Gold claimed to help with fine lines and wrinkles so I would assume that this is why, and it is doing what it is supposed to do.
As far as my thoughts on this product, it’s not too bad. I am impressed that after an hour, my face still feels tighter after using the Gold mask. That’s pretty good. It’s not overly bad, or annoying, but I can feel a difference. My face seems a bit softer as time goes on, and it doesn’t look any different, which isn’t a bad thing since this is only the first time using it. I would continue to use Spascriptions because it wasn’t harsh. I wish that the directions were clearer on how much product you should put on your face. That is not uncommon, but it is helpful to have a bit of a guide. The price is not bad for what you get. I like that you have 3 choices for your skin needs in this one package. I love that it doesn’t smell and it cools off your face. I am giving this a 4 out of 5 stars. It loses one point due to the lack of clear application directions.
Have you ever tried Spascirptions? What is your favorite gel face masks? Comment below!