I’ve tried several Ole Henriksen skincare products over the last few years and liked them all, though none has become a permanent feature in my skin care routine. There was always something that did more for me, so I had little to say about any of the Ole Henriksen items other than “nice”. And nice isn’t interesting enough to warrant a blog post.
Then came the tub of Ole Henriksen Black/Blue Berry Enzyme Mask. It was probably a GWP, but I can’t say for sure. I started using this clear gel mask with no real expectations, but quickly learned to appreciate it: the cooling sensation, the way it absorbs right away and makes my skin feel, the instant hydration and plumping effect, and most of all: the healthy and bright appearance it gives the skin once you rinse the mask (after 20 minutes).
I’ve been using this Ole Henriksen Black/Blue Berry Enzyme Mask 2-3 times a week. It’s a great pick-me-up and an excellent first step prep for a night out after a long day. I use, rinse, add a good moisturizer (or my secret weapon: BFF oil) and pretty much forget my age.
Bottom Line: Highly recommended.
Ole Henriksen Blue/Black Berry Enzyme Mask ($32) is available from Sephora.
Gene Tierney, 1940, by Horst P. Horst