Sunday, 17 May 2015

NEW POST! NEW FACE MASKS!



Long time no see, guys, but since I was away for a while I was able to collect a lot of new product impressions which I would be more than happy to share!

I would like to start with this new (at least new for me) face mask which I found at the drugstore and couldn't keep my excitement for it!


The formula is a very interesting combination of charcoal and black sugar. After applying it all over your face and neck, it's necessary to leave it there for 5-7 minutes, then massage it gently for a minute before rinsing it off with warm water. For short time during the scrubbing action, my face turns red and I feel the warming produced by the charcoal which is actually very pleasant.

This mask is with great detoxifying effect from the charcoal which absorbs the toxins and impurities from the skin. The black sugar serves as a scrub and removes all death skin leaving you with clean and smooth face. A great advantage to it is that it does not dryout the skin and is with great fresh smell. 

For the best effect I recommend you prepare a facial steam bath before proceeding with the mask. This would intensify the effect because it opens the pores and improves the cleaning action! My facial steam bath is very simple one. I use some dried chamomile blossoms and a pinch of a baking soda in hot water.














In conclusion to this post, I would like to introduce you to another great face product - face mask from the Korean brand Purederm with pearl extract. I use this on clean skin once a week and the improvement is visible. The pearl extract seems like a big deal in Asia and as it says on the package since long time ago it was used to protect and beautify the skin. It helps with blemishes, minimizes pores (my favorite thing!), moisturises and rejuvenates the complexion. 


This product duo of face masks is simply the best one I've tried so far and I cannot wait for your impressions!
What are your most used facial mask and why do you love them so much?
Chamomile

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