If there's one step in my beauty routine I love doing, it's trying new face masks!
After applying foundation and concealer all week I like to switch off and let my skin rest for a couple of days, let it breathe. The main thing is also re-hydrating my face and purifying it, especially unclogging those pores that sometimes seem to give up on life. Taking care of the base should always be the most important step in anyone's beauty regime because if 'layer 1' is good, the rest will be so much easier to work with.
I am one to try mud masks and change them up as much as I change my socks, so I couldn't say no to reviewing a new brand called Asarii. I love my skin even though we've had our ups and downs throughout the years, I always focus on doing something better for it and finding new all natural beauty brands to help me improve my complexion.
These masks come in pots and they're rich in minerals which remove all sorts of toxins and help leave your skin clean and fresh. The thing that sparked my interest mainly is that these products contain the same premium, spa-quality ingredients to detoxify and cleanse the skin as higher end brands but instead of paying £50 or more (which I have done in the past), I can get numerous uses out of a £20 pot that will last me for months. Yes, it is still on the pricier side but I like to invest in my skincare more than on my makeup lately.
The scent I chose is vanilla*, of course, and the product is like a scrub. I wouldn't recommend rubbing it harshly on the skin, but swiping it in circular motions around your face and concentrating on any areas of concern, like the nose in my case. I apply it on a wet face and then wash it off with warm water. I slap on a moisturiser not long after and the next morning my skin feels extremely soft. It's like my face was re-born overnight. The beads in the scrub are bigger than the ones I'm used to but don't let that scare you off. It didn't really irritate my skin at all.
I am personally extremely happy with this brand and I would love to try the chocolate mud mask next.
Any mud masks you've been loving lately? Let me know in the comments.