Indie Lee Clearing Mask
Indie Lee is a natural eco-friendly skincare brand that I'm eager to get more acquainted with. On today's agenda is the Indie Lee Clearing Mask - a product geared towards congested skin with promises to detoxify and purify in a gentle manner.
Tula Exfoliating Treatment Mask
Face masks are my favorite skincare "pick-me-up". They come in a myriad of formulas and can satisfy any skin type and concern you can imagine. The results are temporary, but boy does it feel nice. I try to do a face mask at least once a week, depending on how my skin feels.
The Sheet Mask That Packs A Punch #SkincareSunday
I've always been intrigued in the beauty regimes of women in other parts of the world. I especially respect the dedication and complex skincare routines of Korean women. I've dabbled in Korean skincare here and there and my favorite thing has been sheet masks so when I got the chance to choose some Sulwhassoo products to try out, I had my eye on their sheet mask offering - the Sulwhasoo Snowise EX Brightening Mask.
Rubber Face Masks, Revisited
The mask I tried this time around is by Lindsay. Lindsay is a Korean skincare brand that you can find online at Glow Recipe. They retail for $6 each and come in all sorts of types, depending on your skin concern. I tried the Lindsay Vitamin Modeling Rubber Mask which aims to soothe irritated skin and improve hydration.
3 Masks For All Your Skincare Needs
This week I'm sharing my current skincare routine over on my YouTube channel and as a supplement I thought I'd share with you the face masks that I use depending on my skin condition. These three masks are tried and true - some I've been using for over a year!
Drink Up! Keeping Oily Skin Hydrated In The Summer
If you're an oily skin girl like me, I know what you might be thinking - "ugh, the last thing I want to think about when I'm captain of the Grease Team is adding more moisture to my face!!" and I totally share the sentiment. But here's the thing: oily skin, even if you feel like you have to blot it 10 times a day, can be dehydrated at the same time. Even though your glands produce excess sebum (oil) your cells may still be lacking the hydration they need. So what do we do?