Friday, 15 December 2017

The absolute must have skin products



It's the holidays, exams are over but maybe those marks were far from friendly and Burger King just keeps calling your name. Now those breakouts are hitting you so hard, you've even tried making a tomato mask. That's why I'm here to save you. My first post tells you all about the 3 masks you absolutely have to try. 




The Tea Tree Skin Clearing Clay Mask from The Body Shop

My first mask from The Body Shop proved to be one of my best buys of 2017! It did exactly what the tub said. The purpose of this mask is to minimize your breakouts and dry out any impurities with regular use. Within 2 days of my first try of this mask my pimples had started to dry out and my skin started to clear. I really recommend this mask to girls or boys with oily skin and tens who suffer from regular breakouts. This mask dries out your skin (what it's supposed to do) so for his reason its best to pair it with the next mask. 


The Seaweed Oil-Balancing Clay Mask from The Body Shop

My skin has never felt better. This seaweed mask nurished my skin and made it soft again. It will help to draw out any impurities and clarify your skin. I recommend using the masks interchangeably to dry out any impurities that the Seaweed mask can bring out. This is definitely the best mask out there. 

The Aloe Soothing Rescue Cream Mask from The Body Shop 

This mask is the perfect way to complete your treatment of the other two masks. Once you have cleared your skin or even while you are busy doing so you should definitely remember to use this creme mask that you can read all about along with the other two masks here on their page.  

   

These products have changed the skin game and are highly recommended so you should definitely pop into your nearest Body Shop today, before that Christmas feast gets the best of your skin. 
P.S, remember to give your skin a break and use some good old soap and water from time to time!

xxx
 Chloe 

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