Hello and happy Sunday. I’m a fan of face masks and I try to get one at least every week or so. Today I wanted to share with you the ones I have in stock and what I use them for. Let’s get started, shall we?
This is a mud mask, which is my favorite type of face mask. I like this one because it’s not as intense as others I own, so I can use it more often. To me, it’s more like a “routine” kind of mask, and not so much as a repairing one.
This is an oldie but goody. I apply this mask for when I’m in full-on self-care mode. I love the scent of this mask and I think it’s super refreshing. I love and recommend this mask, and I do believe it helps with stress.
I love this mask for many reasons, starting with the fact that it smells like orange cream and that always makes me happy. In terms of exfoliating and cleaning my skin, this mask does an amazing job, but it’s not as harsh. It is also not as soft as the first mask I showed you. I only use this for moments when I do need a deep cleansing, for instance the day after wearing heavy makeup .
This thing smells like pure cement, and it feels like that when you apply it. It also feels more like a sting than a tingle, but it works wonders for clogged pores and yucky-feeling skin. This mask does the job when it comes to removing gunk from my pores.
I don’t really use this mask all that much, but I like it before I go on vacation because it gives my skin that nice glow. It’s not a mud mask, you just apply it and remove it ten to fifteen minutes later, but it doesn’t dry down or anything.
I put these in the same category because 1) they’re both face masks, and 2) they are the same brand. I bought these because there was a “buy seven for $7” sale. Sheet masks are my quick-fix: they are super simple to apply, and afterwards you just remove them and throw them away, no need to rinse or wash off or anything.
This is one of those products Tati made me buy. It is also the only peel-off mask I own, and I like to use it when I feel that my skin is really horrible and in need for some serious cleanup. I have peach fuss and this kind of pulls on it, but the removal of the mask is not as traumatic as Tati or other YouTubers make it seem.
In the comments, tell me about your favorite face masks.
Love, Miss Camila