This year marks the 25th anniversary of the famous Borghese Fango Active Mud collection. Rich in minerals and nutrients, this iconic mud mask is derived from the volcanic hills of Tuscany.
The Fango Delicato is the most ideal mask for sensitive dry skin. It tingles for a few minutes but it doesn't leave any pink blotches after you rinse it off. My face felt so very soft and revitalized after using this mask - I didn't even use moisturizer. You can even use this on your body. The formula is also packed with Aloe Vera, Mango Butter, Green Tea, and lots of moisturizing oils (Olive, Chamomile, Safflower and Grapefruit).
The Fango Brillante Brightening Mud Mask stung a bit more than the Delicato, but this one contains Vitamin A and Citrus Unishiu Peel Extract to encourage a brighter complexion. This formula also seemed to be thicker as well, so it's trickier to wash off if you don't use a washcloth or sponge.
I also got to try the Labbro Più Paffuto Tinted Lip Plumper. The sheer Charme Naturale shade gave a pretty gloss of berry color, which is great for a casual makeup look. Even after wiping off the product, my lips looked smoother and a bit plumper than before. It tingles a wee bit but it doesn't sting at all. The package claims that the plumping action can last up 48 hours, but we'll see...
To purchase: borghese.com
For editorial consideration, a product sample was provided for this review.