Remember the pre-pandemic days when we were constantly on the go and had no time to focus on our skincare routine? Now that we’re all staying home, there’s no excuse not to take a moment, indulge, and focus on ourselves — and you can start with this super affordable avocado face mask from Kiehl’s Canada.
The mask is selling in a 28 ml size for under $25 on the Kiehl’s Canada website ($22 to be exact), with one reviewer calling it their "holy grail" product. It's formulated with avocado oil, avocado fruit extract, and evening primrose oil.
It has consitent reviews not only on its own site, but elsewhere on the web. At Sephora Canada, for example, the product has a four star rating and over 8,000 loves.
Most users claim that the masks makes their skin feel smoother, and takes only one use to see a difference.
In fact, the listing itself claims that the mask can leave skin feeling more hydrated in just 15 minutes.
Reviewers do say that the mask has a clumpy texture, but one user pointed out that when applied with a facial cleansing brush like PMD Clean Pro or Clarisonic, the mask spreads easier and provides better coverage.
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You probably already know the fruit is packed with healthy fats, antioxidants and vitamns - which apparentl is a perfect combination for skincare.
The mask is said to help nourish, replenish and smooth out skin.
To use it, the brand recommends working the formula between the fingertips until it feels smooth and creamy.
They also say to smooth a thick, visible layer onto clean skin, leave it on for 15 minutes, rinse with warm water and massage gently in a circular motion.
The cosmetics brand retailer, which has been at it for more than 165 years and is full of tried-and-tested fan favourites, (including avocado-based products) also has a best-selling Avocado Eye Cream.
With 4.5 stars and over 700 reviews on Kiehl’s Canada, you can even use it as an eye mask by smoothing on a visible layer and patting in the excess until it absorbs.