September 14, 2016

Splash Your Way to Hydration with this New Mask from Boscia

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Boscia embraces the Korean Splash Mask trend with their new Tsubaki Splash Mask and I can’t wait to try it. What’s a splash mask? It’s kind of the lazy girl’s guide to masking on the double. Splash masks are available in a wide variety of liquid formulas that address a variety of different issues. Splash masks typically come in a small bottle or a pump bottle. To use them, you pump or pour a small amount of the mask into your bowl or sink full of water and you literally splash the mixture onto your face a few times. Basically, the same technique you’d use to rinse your face off.

After, you’ll let your skin air dry to absorb the mask.

See? Simple!

The Boscia Tsubaki Splash Mask is an ideal pick for drier, dull skin. This quick splash mask hydrates, firms, and leaves your complexion softly glowing. Just pump two to three squirts of the mask in a warm basin of water, splash onto skin, and air dry! The mask contains a highly-concentrated amount of ingredients like Tsubaki Oil to moisturize and nourish skin as well as rice bran oil that acts to reduce dark spots, and Betaine to balance water levels kin skin!

Nifty right?

Boscia Tsubaki Splash Mask is available now at

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  • danadoo

    Hmm, this just seems a little too gimmicky to me, I’d rather smooth on a serum or something more convenient to use.