Beauty, Skincare

Roloxin Lift Masque 

I recently received a sample of a really iconic face mask, and I couldn’t wait to try it. It was the Roloxin Lift Instant Wrinkle Smoothing Mask from Dermarche Labs. You can get five single-use masks from Sephora for $45. I’ve seen other beauty bloggers rave about this one, so I was so excited to try it. However, I do have one disclaimer: I’m only 25 and more concerned with acne than wrinkles at this point, so I’m not actually the target demographic for this mask.

This was one of the most interesting mask experiences that I’ve ever had. First, the texture was weird but in a good way. It’s a very light gel-like consistency that dries down to a powder on your face. It also deliberately leaves a filmy residue on your face that is supposed to make skin look awesome, smooth, and wrinkle-free for about 24 hours.

I can definitely see why people use these on the days that they have special occasions. The mask did exactly what it said it was supposed to do. It created this super smooth barrier on top of my skin. My skin is not yet wrinkly or saggy, but it still felt way tighter after this mask. I had hoped that it would fill up my acne scars, and unfortunately it didn’t quite, but it still gave me mostly baby soft skin. After using this mask, it was so easy to put on my makeup. I would say that the effects even lasted closer to 48 hours than 24 because my skin looked super smooth the next day as well.

These masks are not cheap compared to other face masks, but they are really cheap compared to a face lift or botox. I definitely think you should give it a try if you have a special event coming up. I’m glad I have a second one on standby because my best friend is getting married soon and this is going to make my makeup look amazing that day!

Thanks for reading!

-XO Tiffy

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