The preservative-free, luminizing black mask from Boscia purifies skin with a pore-cleansing, peel-off formula. Filled with minerals, extracts, natural clay, vitamins and antiseptics, I like that the recipe mixes the benefits of a more traditional clay mask with modern ingredients. The upshot is a mask that penetrates well, removing impurities, excess oil and noxious bacteria.
While applying the opaque black goo feels as weird as it looks, it also seems to really work. After letting it dry for fifteen minutes, I peeled it off (one of those strangely satisfying tasks) to reveal smaller pores and brighter skin.
Boscia’s black mask sells exclusively from Sephora for $34.