Review: Premier Dead Sea Instant Stretching and Revitalizing Mask & Concentrated Facial Serum w/ Vit E and C

/ Thursday, January 10, 2013 /
Premier Dead Sea Instant Stretching and Revitalizing, Lifting Mask, 2.04-Fluid Ounces Premier Dead Sea Vitamin Concentrated Facial Serum, Vitamin E and C, 1.7-Fluid Ounce

I got these two products as part of my March MyGlam bag. In case you all don't know, MyGlam is a company founded by several Youtube beauty gurus, including Michelle Phan, Promise Phan, Jessica Harlow, Bethany (I couldn't find her last name, but her YT screen name is MacBarbie07), and Andrea (I don't know her last name, but her YT screen name is Andreaschoice). The MyGlam business is a sampling product service that is similar to Birchbox, Julep Maven, Beauty Army, Glossybox, etc - that gives people a chance to test different beauty/skincare products every month for $10. I had a subscription to MyGlam for a few months before canceling - at the time, I felt like I had enough makeup, did not need it anymore, and also felt that it was not worth the price.

Anyway, inside my March MyGlam bag were sample packets of Premier Dead Instant Stretching and Revitalizing Mask & Concentrated Facial Serum w/ Vit E and C. Boy were those long names to type!

Each of the packets were only meant for one use. I did not like that part. But still, I decided to try it and see what would happen with one use.

First, the mask. Basically it was just an oily fluid that I applied onto my face. When I put it on, it felt as if I was literally putting oil onto my face. Kind of gross. This white pasty liquid-solid did not seem to absorb in during the 10-20 minutes I was supposed to put it onto my skin, so I decided to leave it in longer.

40 minutes in total. Still felt like it was oil on my face. Later, it felt like my skin was starting to itch, so I just decided to take it off.

Not so cool.

Well, results? I guess my face felt okay, though not much different than before I had put on the mask. It didn't give me any "stretching and revitalization", as promised by the name of the product. Well, I guess since I am in my early 20s, my skin wouldn't stretch that much, but I certainly didn't feel very revitalized.

Oh well.

Afterward, I applied the serum onto my face.

Wow, the serum actually felt pretty good! My skin definitely felt refreshed. It felt like it was revitalizing, at least in a sense. The serum was actually absorbed by my skin pretty quickly. Pretty nice, I guess.

Note: The listed price of the mask is $125 for 2.04 oz, and the listed price of the serum is $150 for 1.7 oz. However, I actually found them on Amazon for less than $20 each (excluding tax + shipping). Pretty interesting, although prices on Amazon tend to change a lot. Awesome.

Would I be interested in purchasing these items? The mask, definitely no. The serum, perhaps, but on Amazon. I don't know though. Right now, I have some other lotions and other items I want to try first before I actually consider buying full-sized versions of these products.

Have ya'll tried these products? What did you think of them? What masks/serums do you guys/gals like? Leave a comment!


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