One of my many winter skin woes is dry, dull skin. Add a lot of travelling during the winter months to that equation and my skin takes a beating. I honestly feel like I need a weekly peel to help my skin look refreshed, bright and smooth, but going into a spa every week for a peel is just not in my budget at the moment so I have to opt instead for at home skin renewing treatments. This, can of course, also get expensive depending on how you well you expect them to work.
Thanks to my amazing sister, I have in my possession a renewing face mask that is only $12 and works great on my skin. I am visiting my family in Minnesota at the moment and noticed the Pumpkin Renewing Face Mask by True Blue Spa in her beauty stash. I, of course, had to try it. Especially since she seems to be crazy in love with it.
The first thing I noticed about the mask was the decadent scent of pumpkin pie. The scent is really inviting and absolutely delicious, it’s really difficult for me not to want to eat a spoonful. The mask feels luxurious yet refreshing on my skin. After leaving it on my face for the recommended ten minutes my face felt instantly softer, smoother and refreshed. My skin did not immediatley look brighter after my first use of the mask, but after using it twice in one week my skin absolutely appeared brighter and more clear. I love that just a thin layer of the mask is needed during each use, so a little really does go a long way. It is also very easy to use, not messy and washes away cleanly. I’ve still been using my sister’s mask but fully intend to head to Bath & Body Works as soon as possible to purchase my own supply.
Have you tried it?
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