See where this is going, right?
Cleanse: The facial in a box includes fabulous makeup melt. You simply smooth the gel on until it changes into an oil then rinse. I don't recall the last time I used a gel-to-oil cleanser, but I'll remember this one. It really works. It left my skin feeling soft and supple and there wasn't an oily feeling leftover.
Treat: The second step is the multi-'face'-eted all-in-one antiaging clay mask. All you have to do is squeeze it onto your fingertips, spread it on your face and wait about seven minutes. If you're like me it'll probably be 10 to 15 minutes... Even after leaving it on a little longer my skin still felt moisturized. The mask really works to pull out some of the impurities specifically, for me, it's the oily spots on either side of the nose. Yuck.
Moisturize: I love each one of these products, but the moisturizer is my favorite. It's triple oxygen ex-'glow-'sion vitabead-infused moisture cream. I didn't think I would like this because of the vita-beads, but I was mistaken. The beads are extremely tiny and melt right into the skin leaving the face feeling nourished. I used it even when I didn't use the other two for a facial. It's a great substitute for your regular nighttime moisturizer, which I discovered when I ran out of my go-to Olay.
|All done! Moisturized & my skin feels great.|
Here's the link to the facial in a box. It's just $14 to give it a try. My next purchase is going to be buying the full-sized version of each product. I saw the makeup melt is about $28 so it is going to be an investment into maintaining my beautiful skin. This is a relatively inexpensive way to do something great for your skin. Oh, and depending on how often you use it, the mini products should last at least a month.
If you follow the steps without stopping and getting distracted you'll be finished with your quick mini facial in less than 15 minutes.
Have you tried any new facial products lately? Tell me about it in the comments or share what your favorite face products are.