JorgObé Peel Off mask

With the winter weather in full swing I
have had to spend a little more time to look after my skin. I have been
reaching for the JorgObé Peel Off mask, which I use only
on the T-zone to help unclog pores, remove dead skin and really help rebalance
my skin.
Although I have quite dehydrated skin, I
can still get quite an oily t-zone, especially down my nose, which is where I
concentrate most of the product. The mask has great ingredients including black
purifying Kaoline Clay, Oak Charcoal and other soothing plant extracts which
are used to absorb excess sebum, cleanse pores whist preventing infections and
The mask is black in colour and quite thick
which I really like, you can see exactly where you are applying to ensure it is
going on evenly. I leave my mask on for 25 minutes or until it is completely
dry to ensure it has done it’s job and is easy to remove.  To remove I simply choose one of the looser
corners and slowly peel it off, it’s really easy to do and actually quite
satisfying, I love that you don’t get the normal removal mess you get from most
I’ve been using this for around a month
now, twice a week and have found my skin to be far less congested as well as a
little more balanced in the t-zone.

I’d recommend the JorgObé Peel Off mask if you have quite an oily t-zone and are looking
for something to reduce oils whilst cleansing pores. When I heard to it I thought it was going to be quite an expensive product but I think £21 is actually very reasonable!
JorgObé Peel Off mask is available to purchase here for £21 and you can see it in action in my video below…


  1. 30th November 2014 / 9:41 pm

    Your skin type sounds a lot like mine. I am so desperate to find something to get rid of my dead, flaky skin in my t-zone area, yet not have too much oil. Winter months are my most dreaded months for my skin! This mask look likes something I need to invest in. Thank you!
    Jenny // Mish Mosh Makeup

  2. 30th November 2014 / 9:41 pm

    Dehydrated yet oily in the T Zone sounds exactly like my dilemma! Thank you so much for sharing, I definitely need to scoop this up 🙂

  3. 1st December 2014 / 12:06 am

    Cool stuff 🙂 You can scare your boyfriend with it :-)))

  4. 1st December 2014 / 7:06 pm

    I'll have to give this peel a shot a some point now. Thanks for sharing.

  5. 3rd December 2014 / 2:15 am

    This reminds me so much of the Boscia Luminizing Black Mask! Love your photos though girl!

  6. Anonymous
    5th April 2015 / 4:11 pm

    You have a speech impediment. It's "bath" not "baff" and "thought" not "fought". You sound ridiculous. Sort it out.

    • 6th April 2015 / 12:31 am

      No I actually meant 'baff' and 'fought,' sorry that you were confused.

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