Aceology Detoxifying Modeling Mask Review

Aceology Detoxifying Modeling Mask Review

Aceology is the hottest mask on the market and for good reason! Their range of vegan infused gel masks and modeling instaworthy masks have taken the beauty community by storm!

An Instagram shot of Martha from the 2019 season of Australia’s Married At First Sight wearing their Green Tea infusion Gel mask also helped put their masks on the map with over 15k likes causing the masks to sell out in a matter of hours!

So when I got the opportunity to try their mask I was super excited, especially after reading the rave reviews. I was kindly sent their Detoxifying Modeling Mask and in this post I am going to share step by step how to activate and apply the mask as well as my final thoughts.

Aceology Detoxifying Modeling Mask Review

Each Modeling Mask box contains 8 sachets, 4 Charcoal and 4 Collagen Powder which provides enough for 4 face mask sessions. The Detoxifying Modeling mask is designed to repair oily, congested skin with the charcoal drawing out impurities while chamomile calms and chestnut bark removes dead skin cells. It also contains hyaluronic acid, squalane, and collagen to plump and polish your complexion.

Start by pouring the gel sachet and collogen powder into a bowl and mix for 1 minute using the included spatula.

Once combined the result is a galaxy-like gel which shimmers and shines. It is now time to apply it to the face. I suggest you don’t wait to do this too long once the mask is ready as it will start to set like jelly.

Apply the mask using the spatula in an upwards motion to the face and neck and then sit back and relax for 30-40 minutes while it works its magic!

Aceology Detoxifying Modeling Mask Review

While the mask has a slime-like look and texture, once it has set on your face it is mess free and peels off in 1 to 2 parts, depending on your precision and care when removing the mask.

Once removed the mask instantly reveals hydrated, glowing skin - looking absolutely radiant! This was a fantastic mask for my skin, especially through winter, and if you saw my Instagram stories you would have seen the immediate results. I used this mask once a fortnight, mainly because I wanted them to last as long as possible, but I cannot wait to try the gel infusion masks next!

Aceology masks are vegan, cruelty free, PETA approved and are available online now. They have also just launched their new range of beauty tools which I cannot wait to try.

Have you tried Aceology masks?

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*This product was sent to me in exchange for a review. The products have been tried, tested and all opinions expressed are honest and my own.