Ole Henriksen POWER Bright
Good
0
Average
0
Poor
0
Terrible
0

Ole Henriksen POWER Bright Reviews

4.5/5
100% OF CHICKS DIG IT
2 reviews
Ranked #69 out of 524 in Masks

5/5
Value

Quality

Effectiveness

Recommended? You Betcha!
August 10, 2016


I used the Power Bright system 3 times in one week (as per the company recommendations) and found it gave my skin a noticeable radiant boost! The fine lines around my forehead were smoothed out and my skin looked more plump and hydrated. During my first use, I noticed a tingling sensation when applying step 2 and 3. However, during the second and third application of the treatments I didn't feel it as strong and it felt more comfortable on my skin. If you have very dehydrated or sensitive skin I wouldn't recommend this product as it might irritate the skin too much.

4.5/5
Value

Quality

Effectiveness

Recommended? You Betcha!
July 13, 2016


A professional 3-step brightening system made with 25% vitamin C concentrate reverse dullness, uneven skin tone, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This was admittedly the most fun part of the box, because I got to sample three different OH products that I've never tried before. The treatment sleeve contains three numbered pods, The first step is the Truth Sugar Glow Polishing mask, which is a sugar scrub treatment enriched with sugar, honey, and pomegranate seed powder to buff away dull, dead skin. The sugar crystals in this were humongous, which was off putting at first as I prefer more gentle scrubs, but it buffed away dead skin nicely and left my face surprisingly soft (I say surprisingly because I tried not to move it around my face much, since I was afraid of overexfoliation). It also smelled delicious, just like sugar and citrus! The instructions said to leave it on for 5-10 minutes, and I left it on for 5. The second step was the Truth 25% Vitamin C Concentrate, which is a kind of wash-off mask that you're supposed to leave on the skin for 2-3 minutes. It dries down slightly, and is followed by step three without washing it off. It was a thick, tan colored mask that had the same citrus-y smell that OH products tend to have. It was very calming and cooling at first, and tingled slightly, especially around my nose area. This is NOT removeable with water alone; I actually had to use a bit of cleansing balm to remove it from my hands as it was very heavy and greasy feeling. The third and final step in the treatment is the Pure Truth Melting Cleanser, which you're supposed to rub into the skin on top of step 2, and then gently remove after 10-15 minutes with the professional cleansing sponge. This was a thick, neon-orange colored jelly that warmed up slightly upon application and performed some kind of magic that allowed the vitamin C concentrate to rinse away clean. I left this on for about 10 minutes, because once again, I feared overexfoliation. I'm glad I removed it after only 10 minutes, because the warming, tingling sensation crossed the threshold into "slightly uncomfortable", and the area around my nose started burning. After removing, my skin was slightly redder than what I'm comfortable with, but I'm fairly certain it was due to the high concentration of vitamin C from the previous step. The redness died down a few minutes later and my skin was incredibly soft and supple.



These reviews are the subjective opinions of ChickAdvisor members and not of ChickAdvisor Inc.