I'm curious as to why there are (9) reviews in a row from people who have just recently made accounts and have only reviewed 3-4 different First Aid Beauty products (giving all 5-star reviews)? It is nearly every review between Ccm61607 and ending with Leni617, a full page and a half of reviews. I was about to order this mask, and to be frank, it has completely put me off of First Aid products in general (as I assume it is reviewers for them, and not a Sephora issue). Very disappointed. I'd suggest Sephora monitor their reviews more closely.
asked 3 months ago
on Skin Rescue Purifying Mask With Red Clay
I dont know but I just tried it and it seriously HURTS now. My skin is red and irritated. I used it on half my face and the origins charcoal one on the other half. The clay side is still burning 30 mins later. Go get yourself a sample before you buy this!
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
I wonder the same thing. I love looking at reviews and seeing a lot of positive reviews gives me a ton of confidence in using the product, especially for acne treatments. But when I buy and try it usually causes a mess of breakouts on my face when people say a certain product is a "miracle worker." I've also read posts on BT about sephora deleting certain reviews. If I were you I would look up reviews on a different website like Makeup Alley.