Product Review: Formula 10.0.6 part two*

A few weeks ago I received a Pores Be Pure Mud Mask from my ipsy glam bag.  I loved it, so I emailed them and they sent me some more products to try.  Last week if you remember I did the daily use products, so this week let me tell you about their masks.

Three times sublime: This 3-in-1 is a cleanser, scrub and a mask all in one tube.  After washing and drying your face, apply a thin layer of this mask. then allow the uplifting sweet sent of grape fruit boost your mood, while it cleanses your skin.   Then after about 15 minutes rinse it off allowing the Jojoba beads to exfoliate leaving your skin, soft smooth and clean.  I use this when I feel like my skin needs a boost of cleansing, if my pores are more noticeable or I just feel like pampering my self with a mask and a bubble bath.

Get Your Glow On: This is Peel off mask is made with Papaya and Citrus to help resurface skin and boost brightness.  Once you smooth it on give it about 15 minutes to dry and then peel it off to remove dead skin cells, and unclog pores. I’m not going to lie, I had way more fun peeling the mask off the I probably should have. Kind of like when you were little and would put glue on your hand just to let it dry and peel it off… did any one else do that.  This mask is great expecially since it’s summer  and if you’re face burns a bit and gets peely, it will all come off with this mask.  I do not suggest using this while in a bath or anytime you’re a bit sweaty, as that will prevent the mask from drying and making it impossible to peel off.

I’m definitely looking forward to trying more and more of their products.  I would recommend this to anyone looking for skin care products to use but don’t necessarily want the all of the chemicals in most skincare.  My skin is super sensitive, and I am not able to use most products.  I was spending 20-30 on cleansers and masks, so it’s nice to have a more affordable option.  I’m not saying that these work better, than the more expensive brands, but they do work just as well.

*This post contains PR Samples sent to me for an honest review.