A New Way to Mask @ Home
What I do find odd though is that when I was in school, we all started the day after Labor Day but in California, it seems like they start as early as August! The horror!
But oh do I remember getting ready to go back to school each year. Everything had to be just right – the hair, the clothes, the shoes. And since we didn’t have a lot of money to spend, I really had to improvise. I found that if I had just one item that killed it, I felt pretty great about the first day.
So whether you’re in school or not, I’m going to go with the thought of putting your best face forward this season and want to introduce you to a new line call Spa @ Home by masqueBAR™.
I like to exfoliate my skin a few times a week and for that there’s the Foaming O2 Bubble Cleanser. This one bubbles away makeup, dirt and really anything that’s hanging out on your face. And it uses orange extract and tea tree to get rid of blemishes and lemon extract to brighten the skin.
Have you tried the sheet mask yet? They are the hottest thing right now and they have a few different ones in their line. I’ve been using the Oxygen Bubble Sheet Mask and I didn’t know the actual mask part was black! I look like I’m wearing a ski mask or something in this picture.
To use this one, just lay it on a clean dry face and after waiting 15 minutes where you get to enjoy the bubbling action, simply remove the mask, massage the leftover foam into the skin in a circular motion and then rinse. This one will keep black heads away and get rid of dead skin by infusing the skin with oxygen. And I love that this one contains Witch Hazel Extract, since I use it almost daily. And no tightness on my skin after rinsing! I hate the feeling my skin takes on after removing some skin care products so this is a huge plus. Pick these up and the rest of their line @ Walgreens stores nationwide.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Spa @ Home by masqueBAR™. The opinions and text are all mine.