We don’t know about you guys, but when March rolls around we can really feel the effects that winter has had on our skin. It feels so dry and it seems so hard to keep it hydrated. We’ve found that using a series of different face masks is amazing in helping us to combat winter skin. Here are six of our favorites for this time of year.
1. Exfoliating Instant Facial
We were first introduced to goop’s Exfoliating Instant Facial when the first goop pop-up opened in Dallas. It really is a game changer. The Exfoliating Instant Facial only needs three minutes to work, so there isn’t any reason not to use it. The name says it all: it’s an instant facial!
2. Pomegranate & AHA Resurfacing Mask
This is Pomegranate & AHA Resurfacing mask is a fairly new mask and so far we are loving it. It stays on longer, so it’s great for those evenings you need a little “me” time. Plus, it smells amazing! Get 20% off with code: BH20!
3. Intense Hydrating Mask
We had heard the best things about this Intense Hydrating Mask, but it was sold out for what seemed like forever! It’s super hydrating and you can leave it on overnight. We use it at least once a week. It’s also a great mask to use to combat the dry air when flying. This one is 20% with code: BH20- if you can get it!
4. Superfood Berry Boost Mask
The Superfood Berry Boost Mask is a purifying mask that helps soak up extra oil. Use it on your t-zone or entire face if you feel the need for extra cleansing. Smells so good.
5. Superfood Vital Veggie Mask
This Vital Veggie Mask smooths and brightens skin. This one is great when you feel like your skin really needs a pick-me-up.
6. Vitamin Nectar Mask
We’ve been fans of Fresh for a long time, but the Vitamin Nectar Mask is probably our favorite Fresh mask. It’s made of fruit extracts and vitamins so it smells so good and feels so good. This is a ten minute mask so it’s easy to do morning or evening.
What tips do you guys have for us? Any other ideas to help combat winter skin? We all need it!
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