Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Travel Edition | Cleansing and Mask-ing

Hola Munchkins!
It's quite enjoyable to do a series of posts, normally my mind just works in no particular order, there is no rhyme nor reason to what I do, and I really genuinely enjoy working that way, but a little bit of a shake-up every now and again makes for an interesting, and somewhat eye-opening experience (not meant to sound as deep and profound as it does!).  So, for the one bit of order that may be in my life ever, we carry on the travel series with my chosen cleansers and masks.
The Cleansing Line Up:
Clarins Instant Eye Make Up Remover - the best eye make up remover bar none, and I have tried eye make up removers the world over.
Clarins Cleansing Milk for Combo or Oily Skin - beautiful, soft, baby-scented.  Love it.
Elemis Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing Facial Wash - exfoliates without the grains, perks the skin up a treat.
The Mask selection:
Clarins Pure and Radiant Mask - with pink clay, this beautiful mask is thick, cooling, and leaves the skin smooth and supple.
The REN Clearcalm 3 Clarity Restoring Mask - a bit of an old fave, I've always had a load of these running around in sample form - clay-like, but with an additional property of soothing and calming the skin, this is lovely for when skin is stressed.
Good Things 5 Minute Facial Mask - one of my all-time faves, I just love it.  Very thick, very tight whilst drying, but really draws out so much rubbish from the skin - perfect for fixing commute-addled skin like mine, plus it's a 5-minuter, so fits easily into a day.
Elemis Tri Enzyme Resurfacing Gel Mask - a mask that you can feel working, tingle, tingle, tingle, almost like you've shoved a tube of toothpaste on the face - not to be overdone!
Ren Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask - containing 2 of my fave ingredients, glycolic and lactic acids: I am a sucker for a soft acid!  This perks up sad-looking skin in a jiffy!
And therein lies my selection - many of them can be found in my March Faves and in my Face Mask Love-in!
Love A.x

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