Name: Shake & Shot Rubber Brightening Mask.

Category: Mask.

Target: Oil excess.

How: 1.After cleanse and exfoliate, combine in the cup the two envelopes: Step 01 (it’s a moisturizer) and Step 02 (it’s a high concentrated serum).

         2.Close the lid, and shake well until it’s fully mixed.

         3.With the spatula applies an even layer over the whole skin -you have to be quick because the formula starts to get rubbery after 3 to 4 minutes-.

         4.Leave it on for 20 minutes, and after that start peeling off the mask -you will feel how the mask changed its consistency, from creamy-soft to rubber-.

          5.Remove any excess and continue with a moisturizer.

When: At night, once a month.

Recommended for: Oily and combination skins over 20 years old.

Main Ingredient: Vitamin C, Grapefruit extract, and Sea Buckthorn Fruit Extract.

My favorite because… Dr. Jart did it once again, launching a funny and interactive (DIY) mask. Nowadays isn’t enough just a simple -conventional- grooming product, we want to go further and, besides of skin benefits, we want to enjoy it adding an experimental and creative feature to the grooming routine. The Brightening Mask, in addition of a cool packaging and the experience of preparing a ‘grooming milkshake’, we aren’t pretty sure if it leaves the face with a masterfully glowing look, but what we assure is how this mask eliminates oil excess over the skin, leaving it free of oil-like appearance during three days (approx.), without the necessity of applying a toner or a matte moisturizer. It’s your time to give a shot to this mask, at least we bet that you are gonna have a really good time.

Price: $12 per mask

Posted by:Alfonso Luna-Soto

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