Budget skincare masks that make you glow and do the job....
I have been a skin care fanatic for most of my life. I have tried a lot of face masks that haven’t agreed with me and mixed a few that have. Skincare is the gateway to not only looking great but feeling great. Furthermore if you are starting with a great base, your makeup rests a lot better on your skin.
I swear by these three face masks that I have been using for s few months now.
They are from UK stores, but I am sure you can find similar alternatives abroad.
- Manuka peel of mask, Superdrug
I actually just did this one before sitting down to complete this blog. This mask is a dream to apply after completing a deep cleanse. As it dries, and tightens on your face like a cling film, you can feel it working wonders on those open pores. It leaves your skin tighter and brighter for a fraction of the amount you would spend on a facial.
- Super berry mud mask, Superdrug
I love this mask as it has a great fruity scent. It is a clay scrub, that contains raspberry seeds; it not only extracts all the dirt from your pores, but it also leaves your complexion deeply cleansed and renewed. This is good to use, once a week, preferably a few days before any special events.
- St. Ives apricot scrub
This is a very gentle Salic acid infused scrub that I will generally use underneath the shower, 2-3 times a week. It has a lovely floral scent and is well recommended by a lot of Beauty bloggers. It leaves your skin, dewy and fresh.
It can be found worldwide, and shouldn’t be hard to find.
So there you have it ladies, skin care doesn’t always have to be expensive.
Take care, ladies!