Wednesday, September 23, 2015

My Mask Stash | Week 10

This week I started Pocketderm, and my skin has been going through a nice transition. I've just been enjoying masks and not worrying too much about what they're supposed to do, just looking for moisture and nourishment for my skin.
VDL: Beauty Trip London (Black Tea)
This mask smelled like sweetened black tea, it was so wonderful! This mask felt very tingly on my face, it was an odd feeling, but did not cause any irritation. The black tea in this mask is supposed to purify and sooth irritated and distressed skin. I felt like it probably helped my acne a bit.

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Elizavecca: Milky Piggy Water Lock Hydro-Gel Melting Mask
This mask was incredible, and did amazing things for my skin. You read my full review [here].

Elizavecca: Milky Piggy 24K Gold Waterdew Snail Mask Pack
This mask was ok, it brightened my face but wasn't very hydrating. You can view my full review [here].

Innisfree: Skin Solution Mask - Trouble Care
This mask was made of a soft cotton and smelled sweet like honey. I felt like it calmed my skin initially, but I broke out really bad the following day. I don't know if it's because of this mask or not, but I'm not sure I'd try this again.

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Ettang: Paper Mulberry Modeling Pack
My skin was breaking out very badly at this point, so I mixed this modeling mask with aloe instead of water, and let it set. It didn't set as well as it would have with water, but it did soothe my cystic acne quite a bit!

Mediheal: Dress Code Black
This is a brightening mask with ingredients like propolis that make me hope that it would also heal my face a bit while brightening my scarring and hyperpigmentation. This mask was very comfortable to wear and looked really pretty! I'm glad I stocked up on these - they did brighten and soothe my face.

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Farmacy: Hydrating Coconut Gel Mask - Firming
This mask was a very thin coconut gel mask. It fit my face well and was very comfortable to wear. I left it on for a full hour and my face was bright and luminous. It was hydrating but did not leave my face sticky or tacky at all. There is a full review on my "mommy" blog [here].

My next mask stash post will feature the September Mask Maven bag from Beauteque, so check back soon!

What masks did you use this week?

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