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So I Tested a Bunch of Sheet Masks and Here’s What I Think

Sheet masks have become super popular in skincare these days.  I like them because they provide a potent burst of ingredients geared towards a certain issue.  They come as a presaturated sheet inside a package and you open it up and stick it on your face.  Then you literally saturate your face with vitamins, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, hydrators etc.  And unlike…

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Makeup and Skincare Christmas Gift Ideas for the Beauty Obsessed on your List

Faced with buying a Christmas gift for someone obsessed with beauty/skincare/makeup, etc?  Worry not!  There are so many wonderful options available that you can get for someone that will be universally loved by people of all skin types.  Here are some great makeup and skincare Christmas gift ideas for the beauty obsessed on your list. These fabulous gifts are all…

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Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask Review

Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask is a creamy, hydrating mask that smells absolutely wonderful.  One of the first ingredients is manuka honey, which is a great humectant, meaning that it draws moisture to the skin.  It is also antibacterial and antimicrobial, so it can be really helpful for acne as well.  It does contain essential oils of vanilla and mandarin,…

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Origins Clear Improvement Charcoal Mask Review

The Origins Clear Improvement Charcoal Mask is a very effective, pore clearing mask.  The charcoal and clay it contains help to draw out dirt, impurities, and pollutants from pores to deeply clean your skin.  I like using it once a week or so, but not more often than that since it tends to be a bit drying.  After application, it…

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Herbivore Botanicals Organic Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask Review

I love exfoliating.  It feels so good to wash off a resurfacing mask and feel soft, smooth skin underneath.  That is what it feels like to use the Herbivore Botanicals Organic Blue Tansy Resurfacing Mask.  It uses fruit enzymes and willow bark to exfoliate, rather than the usual glycolic/lactic/salicylic acids.  This method of resurfacing is gentler and less likely to cause…

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