Monday, 23 March 2015

Maskd

They say that it's good to regularly do something that scares you and for me using Maskd* was my something that scares me. Face masks aren't scary you say, but this one was. The instructions say that it'll tingle/burn. That scares me a lot as I have sensitive skin and tingling indicates irritation. Nevertheless I bravely gave it a go, expecting that when I removed the mask my skin would be red and irritated. You can imagine how surprised I was when my skin looked great! Not a hint of redness! I really was amazed because the first time I used it, it didn't just tingle, it burned. The burn wasn't unbearable, but it was quite intense and it kept burning the whole time I had the mask on.

The second time I used Maskd there was no burn only a tingle which subsided after about five minutes. Now that I'm using it regularly (at least once a week) there is barely any tingling.
Obligatory face mask photo

The results that I get from Maskd has converted me into a face mask fan. I'm usually really lazy with face masks, I have plenty of them but they usually go off before I use them, I just don't make the effort as I don't usually see any results. Maskd was the game changer for me as it makes a noticeable difference to my skin.

Since I've been using Maskd regularly my skin feels softer, looks more radiant and fresher. Despite a decided lack of sleep lately people keep on telling me how well I look and I put it all down to Maskd. I now use Maskd once or twice a week, it's a regular part of my routine. 

I usually put it on in the morning when I get up, do my usual morning things and then remove it when I'm in the shower so that I have glowing skin all day.

A 50ml tube of Maskd costs $49.95 and can be purchased here

Ingredients: water, olive fruit oil, sweet almond oil, stearic acid, peg-100 stearate, zinc oxide, sorbitol, glycolic acid, C-12-15 alkyl benzoate, tribehenin, ceramide 2, peg-10 rapeseed sterol, lactic acid, citric acid, malic acid, camelia sinensis leaf extract, salicylic acid, matricaria flower extract, phenoxythanol, methylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben.

*This product was provided for review. 

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