Odacité Skincare

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Odacité sent over some of their products for me to review and share. In the box I found a canister filled with powder and two serum concentrates. I'm very unfamiliar with these types of products so it was interesting to try out!

They also provided me with a small mixing bowl, a masking brush and the cutest, tiniest whisk. I photographed all of this while I was trying it out for the first time, so I broke down all the steps for you guys.

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The mask that I got to try out is called Synergie[4], the immediate skin perfecting beauty mask. Synergie[4] is meant to do four things: detox, peel, brighten and firm. That means this powder is packed with ingredients that will do all of those things.

For detoxing it contains Activated Charcoal and Clay.

For peeling it contains Papaya Enzymes and Fruit Acid.

For brightening it contains Vitamin C and Fruit Enzymes.

And lastly, for firming it contains Probiotics as well as using the Vitamin C.

step one: 1.5 teaspoons of synergie[4] powder

step two: add 1 teaspoon of water

step three: mix together until smooth

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Step four (optional): add in a few drops of serum concentrate & refer to the beauty recipe guide included with synergie[4] for more ingredients that will help personalize your mask

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Step five: finally! apply your mask and enjoy for 10-15 minutes before rinsing off with warm water.

Overall, I think this mask is very useful. It's kind of an all-in-one, but with the Beauty Recipe Guide you can really personalize it to fit your skin concerns. Using ingredients from around the kitchen it will enhance the different effects that the mask has.

I also use the serum concentrate by itself. I find that the BI + C serum concentrate works well to get rid of those small, sneaky whiteheads almost overnight! The texture of the serum concentrate is not like the serums you're probably used to. It's more of an oil, and you only need 2 to 3 drops at most.

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Products courtesy of Odacité Skincare.