Review: DSM Black Caviar Ultra Intensive Facial Mask

Review: DSM Black Caviar Ultra Intensive Facial Mask

Something I have discovered fairly recently is the Dead Sea Minerals Black Caviar Ultra Intensive Facial Mask (a bit of a mouthful I know!) which I have fallen completely in love with. I’ve used the mud mask too which is amazing but it’s been a long time since I’ve used a different type of mask like this!

Dead Sea Minerals Ultra Intensive Mask

I really love the packaging of this product! Most the masks I have are in a tube so it’s nice to have a pot instead. It’s fairly weighty too which always feels more luxurious to me and the pot is made of plastic but has a glass-like feel to it. The lid is screwed on and upon first opening, the mask came slightly above the rim so you definitely get the full 50ml.

It’s fairly thick in texture and feels quite sponge on your finger tips. There are black flecks through which burst to release Vitamin A, E and minerals onto the skin. Amongst the ingredients a long with the black caviar are green tea, nettle, orchid, aloe vera and chamomile. I usually leave my mask on for around 15 minutes so that my skin grabs all the moisture as it has been ridiculously dry recently with all this cold weather and wind that Manchester has seen. I remove it with one of my Liz Earle cloths with some warm water and then pat my face dry with a towel.

Dead Sea Minerals Ultra Intensive Mask

The mask leaves my skin feeling super smooth and is a nice treat at the weekends for a mini pamper. It doesn’t leave it feeling tight and gives a wonderfully smooth finish to put my make up onto when combined with my daily moisturiser.

It is fairly pricy at £44.10 but it does leave my skin feeling wonderful after use. It makes a luxurious payday treat or a lovely gift for someone special that is wonderful to use when you’re in need of a nice pamper.