The Perricone Chloro Plasma mask is a product I’d heard lots of good things about, so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. It’s a mask based on the successful Perricone Plasma technology and the gel-to-clay formula contains Phytonutrients suspended in Microcapsules that break down during the application process, as well as more commonly used mask ingredients such as Blue Green Algae.
You apply the mask in relatively decent layer which you then massage in. As you can see in the pot, the mask is a pale grey shade but as the Microcapsules burst during the massaging process, the mask turns a deep green shade. Interestingly the texture of the mask itself goes through a few transformations, starting off as a gel at first application, before becoming more like a thick, dense cream after the massage. It then finally dries into a creamy clay finish that is thankfully easy to wash off.
When a product gets a lot of exciting coverage it can very easily become over-hyped, but thankfully that wasn’t the case with this mask which is absolutely brilliant. I have never used a mask that left my skin feeling quite so smooth – it genuinely felt similar to when I had a microdermabrasion treatment a long time ago (don’t do it kids, it is not a good thing for skin!) yet there is nothing in the mask that manually exfoliates. Skin felt very plump and amazingly smooth, although a tad dry; not drained of oil, just in need of some moisture, so it wasn’t actually a drying mask which is why I think it would work for all skin types, even dry.
I’ve mentioned recently that I think power masks are becoming a bit of a thing, which is exactly what the Perricone Chloro Plasma is – a mask that delivers several benefits, such as smoothing and deep cleansing that’s easy to apply (and actually rather enjoyable!) and easy to remove. This is going straight into the keep kit, and if you don’t mind spending a bit on your skincare, I recommend giving this a go. It’s £67 here – link.