Eslor Chlorophyll Lifting Mask - review


As mentioned in my earlier post on Eslor's Replenishing Scrub, I first discovered Eslor through Bellabox. While some Eslor products are available in the Bellabox shop (which is where I bought this mask), I wanted to try as many items as possible - so I bought a couple of Eslor's wonderful trial kits and have been using those throughout September and October.

Eslor is a US brand that's expanding globally. Its products are all natural and work wonders on your skin (they do for me, anyway!). For more info on Eslor and sampling Eslor products, see my Eslor post here - and note that I'm not affiliated with the company in any way and these views are my own.

Eslor's Chlorophyll Lifting Mask is unlike anything I've used before. It's green in colour and goes on a like a cooling gel, then hardens so it kind of feels like you have super-glue on your face, which sounds horrible but it's not - just a little tight. In any event, the pay-off is worth it.

Eslor claims/product details:
  • Skin tightening mask that creates radiant, glowing skin
  • The dried film of natural milk proteins, plant extracts, seaweed extracts, and minerals also helps enhance blood circulation and diminish fine lines
  • Results: skin instantly appears luminous and feels soft, noticeably firmer and clarity is revived
  • 100% free of Parabens, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) and Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate (SLES).
  • RRP US$38 for 50ml
  • Available in the Bellabox shop (Australia) and from Eslor's website (US)


This is one of the few products I own that you could actually call 'unique'. I have nothing else like it and it's an interesting and fun product to use.

Although your face starts to feel a little uncomfortable as the mask dries, from the moment you wash it off (and it washes off easily), you notice the difference. There's definitely a tightening effect and your skin has a nice glow. I tend to use this on days when I know I'll be going out, because the 'happy skin' effect does last for a while after use. I reckon the mask indeed lives up to its claims.

While my favourite face mask on the planet is still Cellilux's Glacial Mineral Gel (see my review here), this one would be in the top three. As I've mentioned before on this blog, face masks generally don't seem to do much other than leave my skin feeling a bit nicer afterwards (the same way it would if I splashed water on it), but this one's different - you can really see results.

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