I am all about that Mask Life. I have hoarded various kinds of masks from sheet to paste to gel types and use them every other day or according to my skin’s mood. I have dry but acne prone skin so finding something that works on both the issues is a treasure hunt, chances are high that you might return empty handed. So I tried this concept of multimasking using couple of newly launched The Body Shop Recipe Of Nature Superfood Face Masks. I have been using these 5 superfood face masks for over 20 days now and thought of sharing my views with you all today.
The Body Shop Recipe Of Nature Superfood Face Masks are 100% vegetarian and made without parabens, paraffin, silicon or mineral oil. There are 5 of these that come in cute glass jars with colored labels which makes them easy to store.
The 5 Superfood masks are –
British Rose which is hydrating mask. It hydrates and plumps the skin since the face mask is infused with real rose petals, rose essence, rosehip oil and aloe vera. It gives visibly smoother-looking skin plumped with moisture. I love how delicate it smells, and can see crushed rose petals in gel base, it almost looks edible. I apply a thick layer of the mask on face and neck , leaving on for 10 minuets and wash off. It doesn’t dry completely and makes skin moisturised. You can use it every other day.
Amazonian Acai mask which in an energising mask. The mask is made with acai berry, guarana, and babassu oil exfoliates and invigorates to wake up the skin and help reduce its tired look. I find it much more useful since it has exfoliating granules and works both as a mask & scrub. It makes my skin look cleaner, fresher & brighter. Love using it for a quick refresher.
Himalayan Charcoal is a purifying mask. As we all know charcoal draws out impurities from the skin and prevents acne, oiliness & breakouts. It helps reveal a healthy, youthful looking glow. This tingling mud mask contains bamboo charcoal, exfoliating Green Tea leaves & tea tree oil. I find it very refreshing with a citrus smell. You can see green tea leaves in the paste. It dries within 5 minutes and washes off easily with a damp washcloth.
Ethiopian Honey is for nourishing, perfect for dry skin. The honey mask blends pure honey, marula oil and olive oil and leaves your skin feeling supremely nourished and rested. I find it very very moisturising and perfect for those who struggle with flaky dry skin .
Chinese Ginseng & Rice is a brightening scrub mask. This creamy exfoliating mask combines ginseng, rice extract and sesame seed oil and reveals brighter-looking, more even, supple skin. I apply a light layer of this mask on my face and neck , leaving on for 5-7 minutes. Then I massage the mask with wet hands on my face, gently exfoliating and buffing away dull skin. It makes skin bright immediately. I love using it and this is definitely my favourite mask out of all 5.
Multimasking is amazing way of using different masks for different skin concerns at the same time. I love using a hydrating one on my cheeks & forehead and purifying one on nose & jawline while doing household work or blogging. It helps me multi-task while pampering my self.
The Body Shop Recipe Of Nature Superfood Face Masks are priced at Rs 2495 for 75 ml, available on The Body Shop website