Face Mask Worth Your Time ?

From Florida Beach to New York Subway, from beauty shops to the Space Coast, we’ve all seen our lives hit in some way, shape or form, thanks to this  pandemic.

Perhaps the most significant shift is the near- encouragement to remain at least six feet away from any other human around us. “Social distance.” Two words that have brought about a seismic shift in the daily lives of billions of people.

During this time anything can seem like a big deal & nothing can make sense. While sticking to my routine and working from home I understood two things: it’s okay to not panic and it’s normal to panic. In all this confusion one of the main question for me is, should I stick to my skincare routine or no ?

While its absolutely an individual’s choice how you prefer to calm and pamper and show self-love, for me its face-masks. Not the mask that make us look sweeter and more lovable but masks that actually make our skin glow like we are resting a lot.

Since I’m in no mood to spend money on expensive stuff I went for this new Hydro Boost Hydrating 100% Hydrogel Mask.

What it is according to Neutrogena ?

A moisturizing face mask with hyaluronic acid instantly quenches dry skin and contours to your skin for optimal absorption, leaving it supple and hydrated.

What is my experience?

Initially when I purchased it, I was looking for a hydrating mask for dry acne prone skin (which is the weirdest skin-type). I thought why not give this mask a chance since I was already loving the Hydro Boost range from Neutrogena. Honestly this one is game changer. When I put it on, I immediately felt a refreshed, cooling sensation that lasted the whole time. When I removed the mask, I was so pleased and the results were great (better than some of the expensive masks I tried. My skin looked like I came from spa and it felt deeply moisturized without being greasy.

Let’s Talk About Ingredients:

The main ingredient used is Hyaluronic acid, also known as hyaluronan. It is a white, gooey material naturally formed by your body. Most of it is found in the skin, connective tissue, and hair. The key purpose of Hyaluronic acid is to maintain water in order to keep the tissues well lubricated and moist. Hyaluronic acid has a wide range of applications. Most people use it as a supplement, but it is also used in topical serums, eye drops and injections.

Overall, This product replicates the results one would receive in a high-end spa, for much less price. I will recommend this product to dry and combination skintype.

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