A Review: Kopari Pink Souffle Body Mask.

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It’s been a minute since I’ve done a review! Truthfully, I don’t see the point in mentioning products that are subpar, and I haven’t come across a product that I like enough to feature here.

As a reminder, none of my reviews are sponsored in any way or selected by anyone other than me! I like to try new (to me) products all the time so I can find the best stuff out there.

So, recently I bought several Kopari products because they were offering a free gift with purchase! If you read my post on how to rack up Ulta Rewards points to get free stuff, you’ll remember that one of the things I like to do is buy products when there’s a chance to get a free gift.

I have been trying different Kopari products over the last few years and I have yet to be disappointed by anything! The Coconut Melt is a holy grail product for me because you can use it for so many different things — I like taking it with me for travel because it’s so multiuse.

I also really like the Coconut Crush body scrub and their facial toner. But, when I saw this new product — the Pink Souffle Body Mask — my eyes lit up!

I have tried a few body masks before (one from Ahava and one from Pacifica) and I really enjoyed them both because it’s like an at-home spa experience.

But, I waited for either a 5x points day at Ulta or for a free gift, and when I got that email… I ran to the site, dropped the Body Mask into my cart (and added the Sugar Cookie Coconut Melt) so fast!

So, now that I’ve used the body mask a few times, I can say that I love it! It’s the best one I’ve tried so far. I’d put the Ahava in a close second and the Pacifica in the 3rd spot.

The body mask is whipped, so it’s easy to apply and it feels light on the skin. It also has a clay texture, but doesn’t dry and feel itchy.

This mask has niacinamide (which cleans pores), clarifying kaolin & bentonite clays, antioxidant-rich, brightening dragon fruit, and hydrating coconut oil. This product helps fight body acne, brighten skin tone and smooth the appearance of skin and fine lines. Wow!

A jar of the mask is $39. I will admit that before I started using Kopari products, they gave me a bit of sticker shock. But, once I realized how high-quality they are (plus they’re organic and vegan), I definitely think the price is worth it.

A little bit of the mask goes a long way, so a jar will last a while, especially depending on how much of your body you mask regularly. I usually do my neck, chest, and shoulders once a week. I like to put it on while my bath is filling up and let it sit for 10 minutes and then get in the tub.

So, this is a total win for me and I’ll definitely be repurchasing it!

Have you ever used a body mask?

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