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10 Things to Do While Using a Mask
October 28, 2016

“I don’t have time to mask!” We hear this all too often, but it’s just not true!  EVERYONE can make time for masking, and everyone should! Why? Because masking can be a game-changer for your skin!

Whether your skin is in need of a quick exfoliation, a deep pore cleanse for problem/oily skin, or a treatment for super dry skin, sensitive skin, or to help reduce the appearance of dark spots, there’s a mask to help all.  So, how can you take 10-15 minutes of your day two times a week to use a mask without it being a hassle?  Multi-task and multi-mask, while you do one of the following!

  1. Binge watching TV shows on Netflix – Before you let the binging commence, pop on a mask and remove when the first episode is over or at your first popcorn break.
  1. Catch up on Facebook/Instagram – Catching up on your newsfeed can take a solid 10-15 minutes, so why not put on a mask before you get to it?
  1. Snap Chat Snap chat filters + face masks = Snap Chat story-worthy.
  1. Check emails Work emails will feel a little less painful when you know you’re on your way to beautiful skin ;)
  1. Meal prep – Prepping dinner or a weeks’ worth of lunches? Pop on a mask!
  1. Do your nails – Because everyone deserves to do some at-home pampering – painting your nails + masking go hand-in-hand.
  1. Do laundry – Whether it’s while sorting your colors/whites, loading up the washer and dry, or folding your clothes, the opportunities to l+m (laundry and mask) are endless.
  1. Shower Pop on a mask before you hop in, wait 10 minutes and rinse away!
  1. Take a bath Relaxing in the tub? Grab a glass of vino, light a candle, and apply your face mask and you’re all set.
  1. Read a book – Get lost in a good book and do your skin a favor by masking at the same time.

What other ways do you incorporate masking into your life? Tell us in the comments below!



*This blog is for informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice, treatment or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your doctor or health provider with any questions or concerns you may have about a medical condition.





2 Responses

Rosa  Vargas
Rosa Vargas

October 29, 2016

What a wonderful idea. While doing chores. We mask it

Elspeth
Elspeth

October 29, 2016

Drink a hot cup of tea!

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