Disclosure: I received this product for editorial consideration/review from dr. brandt. As always, all thoughts and opinions remain 100% my own.
As I look around at my beauty stash, I’m noticing that I’m adding more skincare products to my routine, rather than makeup. I still love a pretty pink lipstick and a dramatic mascara, but let’s be real, I have to take care of the canvas first. Especially since I turned the big 3-o a few months ago.
Naturally, when the folks at dr. brant reached out to me about their new 3D Filler Mask, I was intrigued. Especially because this new cutting-edge mask was inspired by the dermal fillers that are used in their medical office. I haven’t made the leap to fillers yet (not sure if I will in the future), but I wouldn’t mind some of the visual benefits.
What really captured my attention were some of the anti-aging ingredients that the mask includes:
- Adipofill’in™ Complex: Contains hyaluronic acid; visually revolumizes, fills, and reshapes the appearance of face contours.
- Peptides: Helping to reshape the appearance of face contours.
- Adipofill’in Encapsulated Amino Acids: Help maintain volume and minimize the look of wrinkles overtime.
And the things it DOESN’T include:
Something that I love about dr. brant is their packaging design. Their brand is about performance and it shows in their sleek design and components. This particular product came in a round tub and also included a good quality brush for application.
dr. brandt 3D Filler Mask Review
I followed the instructions that came with the mask, and the most important thing to keep in mind is to apply the product in an inverted triangle. I started at my chin and swept the brush across my cheek, back down to my chin. As you can see, this created a triangle shape on my face. I applied the mask heavy so that you can see how you should apply the mask, but keep in mind that is a leave on mask, so you don’t need to cake it on, since you want it to absorb into your skin. Also, feel free to add a little extra to the areas with more lines and wrinkles.
The mask feels really luxurious when applied and it had a nice silky texture, making it easy to sweep on.
I usually leave it on my face while I’m doing chores around the house or cooking dinner. If I still have some left on before I go to bed, I just wipe off the excess.
While wearing the mask, it feels really cold on my skin and tingly. I’m assuming that whatever makes it tingle makes my skin a little red (no itch or irritation), and gradually fades away.
For optimal performance, it is recommended that you use the product daily. Personally, I have been using it for about a week and I feel that my skin appears plumper and feels very soft after wearing the mask. I have noticed that my pores appear much smaller and my skin feels firmer, while appearing plumper. In all honesty, I don’t have many fine lines and wrinkles, so I can’t really say too much about the performance on that end. However, I do have a few frown lines. I HATE my frown lines, but these lines do appear softer, which I’m not complaining about!
To learn more about dr. brant and this product, visit their website.
What do you think? Does my skin look better after using the dr. brant 3D Filler Mask?