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As I have said time and time again I LOVE facial masks. They are such an amazing thing and help you relax for those few minutes you have it on. Nothing clears out your skin like a facial mask does. I use it most weeks, once a week.
I’m always up to testing out a new mask and get excited the first time I use it. Wondering just how it’ll feel on and how my skin will look once I wash it off.
Which is why I was thrilled to review the Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask.
Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask is good for all skin types while being an acne treatment. Reduce Blackheads & Pimples, Exfoliator and Deep Facial Cleanser. Works for Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne and Leaves Skin Radiant, Younger Looking & Smooth.
There are about 30 facial sessions in this one bottle of Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask and it runs $30 at Amazon. Running about $1 per facial treatment is an amazing thing. Especially when facial treatments in a salon or spa cost $70 to $120 per one single session!
My thoughts on Adovia Dead Sea Mud Mask
I LOVE this product. I have only used it once thus far, but wow. I put it on and relaxed for a bit before it dried and was ready to be taken off. My skin looked amazing after I took it off. Baby smooth, the veins on the side of my nose were less visible, my pores were smaller. Everything just looked amazing and all I could keep saying into the mirror was WOW.
I am so excited to keep using it and see my skin improve as I do. I am completely hooked!
Do you use facial masks? Do you have a favorite? Wanna try this one? I think you do! Go buy it on Amazon now and then come back after you get it and let me hear rave about it, cause you totally will.
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