Jun 012016
 

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I had never really thought about using more than one face mask at a time – but recently I read an article that you should utilize your time and treat all areas of your facial skin special.  Maybe you have that oily t-zone area that you would want to cleanse the pores and rebalance your oily skin.  Then you want to get rid of the bags under your eyes. Here are two different products I have used IMG_0588together to help my face look great in just a short amount of time!

First I started with a cleansed face. For my oily t-area I use  Le Mieux Icy Revitalizing Mask.   It is a clay mask that features 3 exotic clays to help cleanse my skin and also will help sooth any mild irritations I may have. After I used the mask my skin felt soft and moisturized not greasy.  It was easy to use – you just spread an even layer of the mask on your face. Leave on for 15-20 minutes until dry and then rinse off with IMG_0587warm water.  Then follow up with a moisturizer.

After you have your clay mask on your face it is the perfect time to use BioRepublic’s Lost Baggage.  They are these great eye treatments that you place under your eyes to help repair signs of stress and ageing. Each pack contains two pure biocellulose under eye patches that deliver a restorative infusion of peptides, hyaluronic acid, squalene, rose water, and vitamin E. I just left these on for 15-20 minutes.  Remove the mask and pat in the excess liquid.  No need to rinse off.

Using both together will make you feel like a Queen! Relaxed and beautiful.  I enjoyed using both products and plan on adding it to my beauty routine.   You can find the Le Mieux Icy Revitalizing Mask HERE and the BioRepublic’s Lost Baggage HERE.

Kaisy1

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