Need a little extra moisture in your life? A hydrating mask could help. I’ve tried some really outstanding ones from Asia that really deliver on the moisture promise.
The most recent I tried is the cheap as chips Shills Hydrating Nutrient Mask.
A hydrating mask to improve dull, uneven skin tone while brightening skin and replenishing moisture!
This will only set you back a few bucks ($6) and that’s about what it’s worth in terms of what it actually does. To use it you simply apply to a dry face and sit around for a bit with it in place (I wait 20 minutes). After a few minutes have gone by, rinse off, and presto! Softer, smoother skin!
The formula is a gel-like cream that absorbs very easily into the skin as you sit with the mask in place. It contains Hyaluronic Acid but sadly this isn’t fantastic for long term results so I imagine the dose is small.
I can’t stand the smell. It isn’t unpleasant in the least however it smells like hand cream kinda Jergens-like. The product does indeed inject a nice bit of moisturize into tired, dry skin but results aren’t long term in the least and next day you’ll still be strutting around town with your dry, flaky skin firmly in place.
- Anyone who wants a relaxing, hydrating mask experience but doesn’t mind that the results aren’t long term.
- Anyone who wants to inject a little moisture into their skin!
- Anyone who wants an inexpensive hydrating facial mask!
- Anyone who needs long term moisturizing results.
It’s really cheap which warrants a possible pick up as you may experience better results than I did. I’d buy it again just because I like a nice, relaxing mask for my face prior to bed time plus my face does look nice in the AM after use. Just don’t expect incredible it to be the cure all for your dry skin.
Available from Sasa.