Icebergs Hydrating Mask
After a few days in the sun and returning to quite cold weather, my skin is both very confused and very thirsty. I’m treating it with this; Icebergs Hydrating Mask from Dr. Roebuck’s that works like a tall drink of water for your face. It’s infused with red algae, hyaluronic acid, cucumber and organic aloe vera. The ultra hydrating mask is named after the iconic Bondi Icebergs pool in Australia. It’s vegan and cruelty free and comes in a travel friendly 50 ml size. Apply a thick layer, leave for 20 minutes and rinse – I use a muslin cloth to remove the mask. The cloth is normally used with a cleanser to add some extra exfoliation but works like a charm for removing a mask. A lot more efficient than just washing the mask off with your hands. Your skin is left refreshed, soothed and replenished. You can use the mask as a cure and wear it every day for the first week and then twice a week after that for maintenance.
More on masks? See this post about multi masking and these organic charcoal and mud anti-pollution repair masks.