Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Skincare | Top 3 Hydrating Masks

Sesderma C-Vit eye patches, Belif Aqua bomb sleeping mask and The true tincture mask - chamomile

Hello

If you have been reading this blog, and more specifically my skincare related posts, you may now that I'm that girl with the best skin you can have: sensitive, dry and dehydrate! YAY! the best combo ever... not! Therefore, I always gravitated towards products that help to provide moisture and hydration to my skin, while being gentle. Or else, I'll feel the side effects right away.

In all honesty, I'm not very disciplined when it comes to masking, even though when I do it, I see the results almost in no time, and I keep telling myself "I've to keep this up"...
However, I love a good mask, and on today's post, I thought I'd share with you my favorites of the moment, that check all the requirements I mentioned above.

Sesderma C-Vit eye patches, Belif Aqua bomb sleeping mask and The true tincture mask - chamomile

So if you have similar skin type to mine, this post is for you! :)
No matter if you're a male or fame.
Skin is skin.

Face masks

Belif Cosmetics - The true tincture Chamomile mask

There is nothing about this mask I do not like; the chamomile scent, the refreshing feel on the sky and the moisture that gives to my skin. All, I love all about it!
For someone who has dry & dehydrated skin, this mask is a great option.
Apply a thin layer all over your face, avoiding the eye area, gently rub it into your skin and let it do its magic for about 15 minutes.
Then, gently wipe it off with lukewarm water and voila! You are left with soft, hydrated and glowing skin!

Belif Cosmetics - The true tincture Chamomile mask

Price:
I bought mine at Sephora, in Portugal, for about 33Eur.

Belif Cosmetics - Aqua bomb sleeping mask

I love this mask!!! It's pure hydration for my skin, leaving it feeling super fresh but not goopy, thanks to its jelly-pudding texture, and also pillow transfer-proof.
Perfect to apply before going to bed, on clean skin, and after skincare; you'll notice the difference the next morning.
Apply a thin layer and rinse it off in the morning.

Belif Aqua bomb sleeping mask.

Price: 
Bought it at Sephora, in Portugal as well, for 32.90Eur.

For the eyes:

Sesderma C-vit eye patches

This one is a new addition and even though I haven't used it that many times, the ones I did, I really liked the result.
It is super easy to apply and you should keep it on for about 10 to 15 minutes.
This eye mask is supposed to reduce signs of fatigue and dark circles under the eyes, as well as, protect and boost skin resistance.

Sesderma C-Vit eye patches, Belif Aqua bomb sleeping mask and The true tincture mask - chamomile

I mean, these are some seriously big claims, and I can tell you that from the times I used it, perhaps it's just my imagination, but I did get the impression that my under eye area looked less tired and more awake.

Price:
I bought mine from Notino website for 20Eur.

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Out of the three masks, my favorite is by far the Belif Aqua bomb sleeping mask, and I totally recommend you try this one out.


I hope you found this post informative and if you have any suggestions, please leave them in the comments below.
Let me know if you tried any of these masks and what are your thoughts.

I'll "see" you very soon on a new post!


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