The one thing you guys should know about me is that I LOVE face masks! I'm always striving for beautiful healthy skin...who isn't?! So I wanted to share one of my favorite face masks with you all! If you haven't heard of SHRAY Skincare yet, you definitely need to check them out here! They have lots of great skin care tips and useful information on their site.
According to SHRAY, well-hydrated skin should contain 50-60% of water content. They state that the average level is only 30%! That's almost half of what it should be! SHRAY says their masks increase the average person's skin hydration level to 56% - right in the dermatologically recommended range! Does anyone else find this incredibly fascinating?! Now I want to get my skin water content tested!
SHRAY uses a thinner natural wood-pulp material instead of cotton( what is in other face masks). This makes it easier for the hydration to travel down through your pores.
Although the Queen Bee mask is by far my favorite, they currently have 3 different face masks available, Queen Bee, Ms. Amazing, and Go-Getter Goddess. Queen Bee is my go to mask because it is made for those with acne-prone skin. Ms. Amazing is made for those with dry sensitive skin, while the Go-Getter Goddess designed for those with aging skin.
They are all sheet masks that you leave on for 10 minutes. The mask adheres well to your face so you can actually do stuff while the mask is on. IMPORTANT! Do not wash your face when you take the mask off. Just pat your skin gently. Let your skin absorbed all the goodness. Your skin will love you for it! I am curious how many of you have heard of SHRAY before and what face mask you like the best! Comment below and let me know! Also what other face masks do you guys use? I am always up to trying new products!
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