When you need some time to relax. Pour yourself a hot bath, grab a cup of tea and slap this on your face for a fresh feeling.
This Hydraluron moisture boosting mask from Indeed contains hyaluronic acid - something that I had no idea about until I did a bit of research. Hydraluronic acid provides antioxident defence against ageing damage and reduces inflammation and it it also super hydrating for your skin (hopefully I did my research right).
Now I have no issue with wrinkles, I like to think that they tell a story. But when I get pimples they do inflame quite badly, so this facial masks helps reduce that inflammation. They recommend that you use it once a week as part of your normal skincare routine. When I applied this mask, I applied it after my cleanser but before my moisturiser and just relaxed for 15-20 minutes. This is the first kind of mask that I have tried where you don't have to wash it off or peel it off - the peel off ones are my favourite, so satisfying - I thought that the mask would dry out but after the 20minutes it was still quite moist. I was tempted to keep it on a bit longer, but I had things to do and walking round a house filled with mirrors with that thing on my face was a bit scary. It was like something straight out of a horror movie.
The mask left my skin feeling soft and smooth with plenty of serum left on my face to massage in. The serum itself had a silky texture to it and the skin easily absorbed it. I have a combination skin type - a mix of oily and dry, but lately I have been suffering with more dry areas so I feel that this facial mask has made a difference.
If you are interested in trying this out for yourself, then you can grab a box of 4 masks from Boots online - it is most likely available in store, but I have not seen it there. If you do try this out then let me know your thoughts below.
How do you keep your skin hydrated?