Kate Somerville EradiKate Mask, The Honest Truth Review
As I wrapped up the last pad of my First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Acne Clearing Pads with White Clay, I was a little sad knowing that a product I rooted so hard for was coming to an end. So, I went on a search for the next best thing and I found this EradiKate Mask. I read a few reviews, watched a few YouTube videos, and prayed to God that this product wasn't something that you needed to pair with other pricey products in the acne clearing line under Kate Somerville for it to work.
The EradiKate Mask is said to have Sulfur 5% for acne treatment, which I've never used before in a face mask so I was hoping for the best. The packaging also states that alongside a foaming effect, the mask should tingle. As someone with sensitive skin, I didn't feel a thing.
The experience was very calming, the foam made me feel like my face was in a bubble bath. I washed off with cool water, then literally felt my pores closing up as I watched my skin become drier than a Sahara. I used one of my cheaper moisturizers to follow up and it felt strange. I am very used to multiple steps between cleansing and a face lotion.
This process doesn't feel right at all but I'll try it out for a few weeks and return with a follow-up review on this product.
Update: This product is useless and I only use it now on my husbands dry skin so it doesn't go to waste.