If you know me, I absolutely love face mask, clay mask, sheet mask, etc. And I’m willing to try a new formula anytime. I mean I have literally a stack of sheet face mask, about three bottle of clay masks and now I am obsessing with Valentia’s Ultra Plumping Hydration Mask. So far I’ve been using it about twice a week if not more.Typically I got through my evening skincare routine, but right before I put on my retinol moisturizer, I apply some of the hydration mask on. It has a gel like texture and you can apply quite thinly. Just a little bit really goes a long way. While I have a mostly oily skin (I can glow like no other in the summer!), starting right between my eyebrows, down my nose and across my cheeks, my skin can easily become dry. The mask does a great job putting back moisture in my skin and really soften dry patches. If you check out the ingredients it as some of my favorites for healthy skin: Japanese green tea, aleo Vera, and organic rosehip seed oil. You definitely have to use the best for yourself!
One of the worst things for me is not getting a good night sleep. And unfortunately being at my parent’s house, alone, overnight, I didn’t really get a good deep sleep. Usually the next day, you can absolutely tell that I didn’t get a good night sleep, as my under eyes is darker than usual. I was using some eye gel that helped a little but it really only helped with the puffiness. Valentia’s True Glow Eye Cream was just what I needed! On top of helping early morning puffiness, it really diminished the dark undereye that was developing. I also notice that my skin is a bit smoother.
The True Glow Eye Cream also has uber healthy ingredients for your skin like Vitamin C, Organic Rosehip Oil, and Arnica; an anti-inflammatory agent that works to diminish the appearance of dark circles. I use it twice a day, right after I put on my face serum, which I am almost out of. Love adding these guys to my routine. After a long break, I’m finally back to pampering my skin.
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