i�ve been applying this on my chin because that�s where i see changes from the corona mask wearing. my pores look bigger to me and i want it to stop lol. so far this works better than my usual moisturizer. i only apply around where the mask goes over it and use my regular moisturizer on the rest of my face. so far so good! i�ll have to use this a little longer to figure out if i�d get this again depending on whether or not i see enough improvement with my pores. it doesn�t break me out at least, so check it out if you�re curious. seems good for now.
I am a late 40's female with dry, sensitive skin made more so by my employment as a swim instructor and coach. I have had chin acne since the mask epidemic began.To be honest, the whole name "Mask Logic" seems like a bit of marketing brilliance . . . at least until the pandemic is over.This product arrived nicely boxed. There is a small solid pump bottle in the box which will protect from sun and light damage. Neither the box nor the moisturizer was sealed. It took quite a lot of pumps to pressurize the bottle, but when it did I get a nice amount dispensed. With my incredibly dry skin it takes 3-4 pumps to do my whole face and neck, which means I won't get much usage out of this cream. The cream is a thick white lotion with what seems to be a natural scent, no added fragrance, just an almost nutty scent. The cream soaks in beautifully without any rubbing or pulling at your face.My skin handled this well without any redness, peeling, or additional breakouts. It didn't really seem to help my existing breakouts, however, and it isn't exceedingly moisturizing. The morning after using this as part of my night routine my skin still feels dry unless I use my normal moisturizer on top.Not a bad product, just sure it's as good as they claim.
My skin has taken a turn for the worst given this mask wearing. This product seems to help esp the irritation and breakouts. Very simple to use and is not greasy and irritating. Worth a look if you are having issues from wearing a mask.