3 Sheet Masks Helping Me Transition Into Fall
The temps are dropping so giving different parts of the body a little extra TLC is the priority right now. I like to give mine extra love in the form of a facial mask, but not just any mask. One that infuses the nourishing ingredients in a sheet. See below to see what I mean.
KOCOSTAR Hair Therapy ($7 @ ulta.com) – now this is a unique kinda mask! To use this one, shampoo first and towel dry, then put all your hair inside the mask and close it with enclosed sticker. Leave it on for 15 minutes, really work the formula into the strands and then rinse. It uses keratin and amino acids to quickly penetrate strands and wow, it really softened my hair and kept the frizzies away for a couple of washes.
BIO REPUBLIC Cucumber Breeze Soothing Mask ($6.95 @ target.com) – if your skin is doing it or thinking of doing it, 1 of their 4 masks will heal it. Choose from the one that detoxes, revitalizes, illuminates, or soothes. This Cucumber Breeze one has kind of become a staple in my Sunday night routine the past few weeks. Buy them one at a time or you can try one of each in their masks in the 4 Mask Set for $24.95 or 2 of each flavor in their 8 Mask Set for $44.95.
LA FRESH Eco-Beauty Good Times. Facial Treatment Mask ($20 @ lafreshgroup.com) – Hydration, hydration, hydration! You need to give skin more of it when temps drop. This mask uses a cotton and silk sheet (very luxurious!) and infuses it with hyaluronic acid, vitamin B5, cucumber, and grape seed, among others.
Are you into sheet masks?
Disclosure: Samples of these items were provided for review purposes.
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Sheet masks are the best! Was it the cucumber sheet mask that you tried from BioRepublic?
Posted by: Kerry | Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 07:56 AM
Hi Kerry, yes, the cucumber mask was from Bio Republic as shown in the picture!
Posted by: Cybele | Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 03:08 PM