16 Dec How To Get The Most Out Of Your Face Mask
(NOT THE COVID KIND)
Every time I indulge in a face mask I think, “Why don’t I do this more often?” The results are immediate with visibly smoother, glowing skin. It just makes you feel pretty again. Think of it as a weekly reset for healthier skin, especially if used consistently.
Incorporating a facial mask into your skin care routine once or twice a week can help with many skin care concerns – hydration, breakouts, and the appearance of large pores. Ultra deep clean skin is particularly important now as face masks (the Covid kind), plus summer heat, can lead to breakouts. Purifying the skin also helps all of your other skin care products work more efficiently because they are better absorbed.
“So far immediately noticing skin is firmer, smooth, and a bit brighter with the Snow Rose Recovery Mask. Both my husband and I have seen a difference in our skin. I am working to actively reduce the sign of aging and I love the sun, and this one makes a difference.” ~ Lori Cronican
WHY WE PREFER POWDER MASKS
We love clay masks because they are the best way to remineralize and draw out debris. But premixed clay masks are prone to bacteria, yeast and mold, and must be heavily preserved. We wanted to avoid the preservatives and created a mask to mix on the spot so you know it is extremely fresh with each use.
Telluride Glow’s Snow Rose Recovery Mask is transformative in more ways than one. The powder is as silky as baby powder, then changes to a darker mauve mousse when mixed with equal parts water. It dries to a lighter shade of pink then magically becomes a gentle micro-exfoliator from the high performance damascene Rose Petals. But the biggest transformation is what you see in the mirror–soft, hydrated skin with a porcelain texture from whole plant, nutritive ingredients.
HOW TO GET THE BEST RESULTS
Yes, it’s a little messy at first but you soon get the hang of it. Yes, it takes about 30 seconds longer than a premixed mask, but it’s worth it. Obviously, apply to a clean face.