Since my new approach to skincare is using the entire line, I’ve been trying out more masks, exfoliators and eye creams while keeping the basics the same. My search for the perfect mask for when my skin is breaking out is still underway, but I might have found my eye cream and exfoliator which I’ll talk about in my current skincare routine post. For January these were a few things I tried.
My oily/acne-prone skin just loves a good clay mask. Here’s a tip:
In the summer months when the skin gets extra oily, you can use your favorite clay mask as a cleanser.
GLAMGLOW capitalized on this by creating a spin off of their favorite masks and created these cleansers. I have had them on my wish list for a while now, but until then, I’ve been using a new release from Caudalíe, the Instant Detox Mask.
It reminds me a lot of the pink clay mask by Clarins called the Pure & Radiant Mask, but with more of the pore-clearing strength of the GLAMGLOW Supermud Clearing Treatment. Which means you can see as the mask is drying where the oil is being pulled out from the pore. It has that polka-dot look once the mask on your skin has dried.
Don’t poke, pop or play around with your pimples. That’s the advice you always get from magazine articles, your aesthetician and dermatologists and they’re right, but we all know sometimes you just can’t resist. The reason it’s best to just leave it alone is because you can scar your skin if not done properly. And something that started as temporary becomes permanent. If you insist on poking and popping here is how you do it.