Beauty,  Skincare

{ Review } Filorga Scrub & Mask

Filorga Scrub & Mask, R770

What they say: A dual-action exfoliating mask to reoxygenate and reveal new skin.

Step 1: new-skin revealing scrub

Massage gently into clean skin: perlite spheres gently remove dead cells while an enzyme mimicking the embryo hatching process boosts exfoliation for a complete new-skin effect.

Step 2: anti-ageing reoxygenating mask

When the scrub is completed, leave to settle; the texture will transform into an active mousse: NCTF® boosts cell regeneration and micro-bubbles of oxygen are released to allow suffocated skin to breathe. When the bubbles have disappeared, it’s time to rinse off.

Immediately, pores are tightened and skin texture is refined and smoothed. Reoxygenated, the skin glows with new-found radiance.

To use:

  1. Spread a thick layer of Scrub & Mask over dry skin, avoiding the eye area.
  2. Gently massage the product into the skin using circular movements. Continue for one minute.
  3. Leave to rest. Bubbles start to form; this means that the mousse is retaining oxygen.
  4. Once the bubbles have disappeared (after about ten minutes), rinse off with water.

Scrub & Mask can be used on all skin types, between one and three times a week.

What I say: Let’s face it, who doesn’t love a bubbling mask? I’ve tried a few, but this one from Filorga is just exceptional.

The exfoliating process is gentle enough for my dry skin, but still does the job. The bubbling mask bit is the most satisfying feeling – you can feel it clearing the skin!

Once it’s rinsed off, you’re left with beautifully soft, supple skin. I’ve noticed a marked improvement in the texture of my skin in the three weeks I’ve been testing it. I only use it once a week, as I don’t feel my skin needs anymore than that. Someone with older or oiler skin will probably need one or two more applications a week to see results quickly.


Oh, and I can’t end the review without mentioning the airless pump packaging! Nice job, Filorga! Other beauty houses, please take note!