Hey hey hey!!!!
IT’S MASK TIME AGAINNNNNN.
The stress from work calls for a pampering session x_x Today I’ve decided to use facial scrub as I haven’t been exfoliating my skin for almost 2 weeks now, I could see lil nasties building up on my nose. Although my skin condition isn’t very bad, but le nose has always been a more problematic area for me. They tend to get whiteheads and over the months the pores has widen too, and I’m not really sure why.
Anyway, as you know, the volcanic clay scrub works wonders, my skin feels really clean and soft after using it. As I still have a few packs of belif samples lying around, I’ve decided to try out the mask sample:D
And here it is, the Peat miracle revital mask!
Initially, I’ve always assumed that it is a cloth mask enclosed within the sample packaging. But it turns out to be something else.
So I guess peat land is a clay land hehe Thank goodness for buying the mask applicator from Innisfree!!!
Since it’s a clay mask, it was fairly easy to apply given the experience I’ve had with the volcanic clay mask *wink wink*
Das rite. Imma pro nao >:D
The sample packaging holds 5ml of product, which is just nice to cover my face:D The mask has a herbal scent to it too, which made me think of medicinal smell again, but in a good way. Like chinese medicine that is soothing and calming.
I left the mask on for about close to 20mins. I didn’t really time, but I washed it off after the mask is dried to touch. I could feel a tightening sensation as well which is really nice.
After washing it off I felt quite refreshed and hydrated ^_^ I also felt my skin a little bit tighter too, when I run my fingers on my cheeks I could feel the firmness. My skin felt really really good! Soft and firm, and clean hehe
And I finished my routine with a moisturiser and dark eye corrector!
So far, I’ve come to realise that belif have many products that uses herbs as their skincare routine. I find that it gives off a healthy vibe and I’m also very keen to the medicinal smell from a lot of their products. It feels safe because it felt like it is dermatogically prescribed and that equates to being good to you. I know this is a baseless opinion but that’s what I feel so heh. Furthermore, it has given me positive results to my skin, except the whitening cream which was too heavy, so it really enforces its quality more.
I still have no idea how much they cost, but I’m sure I will once my stuffs runs low and I need to refill and I start to consider other options/brands >:D Just really hoping they wouldn’t cost a bomb xD