Nügg Revitalizing Face Mask Review


I found this Nügg Revitalizing Face Mask ($3) recently at my local Target. There was an entire display of masks, but only three left, and this was the only one that someone hadn’t opened and tampered with. It made me wonder if these little pods are something special, and I love to try new masks! The flaxseed and peppermint oil variety also appealed to me.


Powerful yet gentle blend of precious Peppermint Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Menthol, Olive, Cranberry, Grape and Linseed Oil, Glycerin and Aloe Juice revitalizes, refreshes and plumps the look of dull and tired skin for a radiant, energized look and feel. The mask comes in a practical single-serve cup which protects the mask from oxidation, is easy-to-use, convenient, and perfect for on-the-go. Natural oil dispersion technology eliminates damaging emulsifiers that can break down the natural skin barrier. 95% natural or naturally-derived ingredients. No petrochemicals, parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances or colors.


Although this pod is pretty small, there’s a lot of uses in it; about five or six (of course this will depend on how much you personally want to use, and the size of your face). The color and texture of this mask pleasantly surprised me! It is a milky white color and goes on mostly clear. Even better, it is SO gentle! I think people with sensitive skin will like this mask. It doesn’t burn, and it’s easy to wash off. Sometimes I find that face masks are just too difficult to remove, and I don’t like pulling on my skin like that. This mask is VERY gentle!

After removing the mask, my skin really felt calm and refreshed. I like this mask and would purchase it again, and others from the line if I find them again!

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