Ipsy had a pretty cute theme for the month of March. It’s their first time coming out with a DIY bag. For those that know me, I love everything DIY!
I love how the bag comes with colored markers for you decorate and create your own bag. A good way to spark creativity.
My glam bag included the following five items:
- NIP+FAB Glycolic Scrub Fix
- Tarte Cosmetics Sex Kitten Eyeliner
- Eyeko Lash Alert Mascara
- Ahava Purifying Mud Mask
- Skone Cosmetics Large Shadow Brush
Thank you Ipsy for another makeup brush! It’s rose gold too. 💗
I only got a chance to try out the mud mask this month.
Ahava Purifying Mud Mask
Because I have oily/combination skin, I like treating my skin to a purifying mask to detoxify my skin once every two weeks. Mud masks unclogs pores, pulls out dirt and reduces oils.
- Contains mud from Dead Sea (most mineral rich mud on Earth)
- Contains kaolin and chamomile that helps smooth out skin’s texture and boost hydration
- Good for sensitive skin
- No scent
Apply a generous amount to your skin.
I use the Pore Refining Brush and Mask Tool by E.L.F. to apply the mud mask. I like using the brush to apply wash off face mask. It helps to apply an even layer of product over the skin.
Rinse the mask after 2 minutes.
My skin felt itchy for few seconds but I think the mud was drying which tickled it. After I washed off the mask, my skin felt nice and clean. The mud mask was pretty easy to wash off.
Apparently, the mask can also be used as an overnight spot treatment for blemishes. I definitely want to try it out to see how effective it is. I want to compare it to my Out of Trouble Face Mask from Origins which reduces the appearance of my blemishes within two days.
Thank you for stopping by. Until next time!
P.S. Do you want to try out Ipsy? It’s only $10 USD a month for 5 products. It’s great for makeup junkies like me who love trying products but don’t like to splurge. 😄