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Dot and Key Cocoa Glow Chocolate Mousse Mask Review

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In today's post I am sharing my experience with Dot and Key's Cocoa Glow Chocolate Mousse Mask.

What does the product say- (from the website) 

Formulated with home-grown artisanal raw cocoa powder by ALL THINGS CHOCOLATE and zesty peppermint oil.

Chocolate Mousse-like texture that helps reveal a natural looking glow by clearing clogged pores. 

Rejuvenates dull, tired skin and helps fade stubborn tan. 

Hydrates and nourishes the skin while minimizing the visible signs of UV damage -Peppermint oil leaves a cooling and calming effect on the skin. 


Aqua, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Powder, Glycerine, Sodium Hydroxide, C15-19, Alkane, Acrylates/ C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Cross Polymer, Xylitylglucoside,Anhydroxylitol Xylitol, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Octenidine HCL, Chocolate flavour, disodium edta, menthapipe piperita leaf (peppermint) oil.

Price and quantity- 745 INR for 50 gms 


It comes in a glass jar with a cap. No spatula is provided with the product. 

Directions of usage- 

Apply an even layer on cleansed face, leave it for 10-15 minutes. Wash it off with cold or lukewarm water. 

 My experience with the product- 

When this face mask was launched I was pretty excited to use it. The texture looked promising and I really love chocolate hence decided to try out this mask for myself. I got it at a discounted price (20% off) as an introductory offer. The mask has a chocolate mousse like texture which glides on like a dream on the skin. 

It gives a tingling sensation at first due to the presence of peppermint oil but it does not last for long. The peppermint oil with cocoa powder gives an amazing minty chocolate smell to the product which makes the masking session really pleasant. It gives a pretty cooling sensation to the skin.  

The mask dries off in 10-15 minutes and washes off easily making the skin smooth, soft and supple. My skin doesn't feel dry or stretchy after using it. You can follow with any regular moisturiser after using this mask. 


  • Smells amazing.
  • Contains cocoa powder.
  • Easily available. 
  • Makes my skin look fresh.
  • Does not dry out my skin.
  • Didn't break me out.
  • Gives a cooling sensation.
  • Contains humectants. 
Contains peppermint oil which can be irritating to sensitive skin types.  

Will I repurchase it? 

No. It was a fun pamper mask for me but I generally go for treatment masks for my combination acne-prone skin. 

Hope you found the post helpful. 

Thank you for reading. 


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