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Revia Labs Light Skin Peel Mask

Revia Labs Light Skin Peel Mask

After taking part in a Makeup Wars on Masks, and seeing my fellow beauty bloggers recommending the Reviva Labs Non-Chemical Light Skin Peel right and left, I knew I had to try it! One of the bloggers reps Reviva and arranged for me to give it a whirl.  Although this has “peel” in the name,

Aspirin Masks 101

Do it Yourself treatments are rather popular right not and seems that a new one pops up every day. One of the more popular items that has been circulating for some time now is the aspirin mask for skin.  Before continuing, I will note that this use of aspirin, while fairly popular in the  DIY

4 DIY Beauty Recipes for Summer

DIY is always fun! Whether you are on an ecological kick or you just want something a little different, consider some of these great and easy DIY beauty treatments as the sun gets warmer. Beauty doesn’t need to come from the drug store or behind the cosmetic counter. Consider some of these easy beauty recipes

Aloette Restorative Enzyme Peel

Aloette uses aloe vera as a base for their products. One that I particularly liked was their Aloette Restroative Enzyme Peel. This gel mask contains a combination of natural fruit extracts—including grapefruit, cucumber, papaya and pineapple—along with 54% purified aloe vera gel. I found that the mask did a nice job of providing a light

Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask

I love Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask. I seriously cannot quit raving about it! This foaming mask refreshes and makes the skin look great, temporarily at least. The whole concept of the Bliss energizing Mask is to oxygenate the skin, plumping up skin cells, and making the skin look fresh and renewed.  Here is

Pevonia Botanica Enzymo-Spherides Peeling Cream

For a good, spa-like enzymatic peel, take a look at Pevonia Enzymo-Spherides Peeling Cream . Using encapsulated papaya and pineapple enzymes, this lotion/mask does a pretty good job of dissolving the gunk in your pores and leaving the skin looking a bit brighter. I have always like enzyme masks, so this one has quickly become

Zensation Brightening Mask

Zensation Brightening Mask is a luxury mask from Zensation Switzerland. I really enjoyed using this mask, and while I won’t declare it as any sort of cure for hyperpigmentation and melasma, it is wonderful to use and it does leave the skin looking better. First off, the mask smells wonderful. The scent is not strong

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