Today I want to tell you about a product that I would have loved to know in my teens, but that I still love it today!
It is a peel-off facial mask, which means that once placed and dried on the face, it is removed by hand. The mask comes in small knobs or envelopes and is super performance, as each application is not used in too much quantity. This mask is used in small quantities, leaving a thin covering over the face area to be treated with our peel off black mask.
What is it for? Helps to thoroughly cleanse the skin, effectively remove impurities from the pores and provide softness and smoothness to the skin.
How do I use it? Apply a thin layer over the T-zone of the face (front, nose, and chin) and allow to dry for 15 to 20 minutes. It is gently removed starting at the edges and moving towards the center. Finish by rinsing the face with water to remove the last traces of the product. It can be used once or twice a week.
The texture is like a black glue and its aroma is very intense but not annoying at the time of application.
I love it because it really works and removes the blackheads. I feel that its action increases if, prior to its use, you have an exfoliating treatment that allows the skin’s more superficial layers to soften and receive the mask better. Of course, after its application, it is important to moisturize the skin with some cream.
As I mentioned, I have bought my black dot mask, but you can also make it at home with a few ingredients.
To make this mask at home, you need milk, flavorless gelatin and activated carbon (one capsule). Mix one part of gelatine into three parts of milk. Note; it is very important that the milk is lukewarm or warm so that the gelatin dissolves well.
Once you have the unified mixture you integrate it with the carbon capsule. Finally, apply it to the area where you want to treat your blackheads, usually, this area is the nose and/or chin and then leave it to act for 15 to 20 minutes and remove it.
Remember to wash your face and always use a moisturizer after this treatment.
Have you tried it yet? Tell me below if you have obtained the expected results.
See you next time.