The Face Mask Edit

The Face Mask you Need to Try - Nip and Fab, GlamGlow, Boscia, Origins

Guys, my skin is going through it right now! Doesn’t it seem like once you have your skin where it needs to be, it decides to throw a curveball at you? If you follow me on Snapchat, you may have noticed a steady amount of fitness related snaps over the last few weeks. I’ve started to make my health as a top priority again, so I’m back to working out 5x a week and eating really clean.

I say all of that because I decided to treat myself and grab a latte at a new bakery nearby over the weekend. They didn’t have almond milk, so I opted for soy. Unfortunately, I’m pretty sure the soy milk caused an allergic reaction or flare up of some sort because a day or two later, I woke up with small bumps all over my forehead.

While I feel like the only thing that can get rid of a food-related flare up is patience and time, it still prompted me to reach for some of my face masks throughout the week. If you’re in the same boat as me or if you’re just looking for a few face masks to try, I’ve curated a small collection below for your browsing pleasure. I specifically included brands I’ve tried and loved in the past, so don’t be afraid to experiment!

Glamglow is the most potent so whenever I use their masks, I notice results in a shorter amount of time. I recommend GlamGlow to anyone who is comfortable with their higher price point and would like results in a relatively small window. That being said, I would recommend Origins over GlamGlow for those of you with sensitive skin. Origins works at a slower pace, but the ingredients are less harsh so the chances of their masks irritating your skin are minimal.

Nip+Fab is the most affordable brand with quality ingredients, so it is the brand I recommend to anyone looking to get the most bang for their buck. Last but not least, let’s talk Boscia. If you didn’t already know, Boscia makes up a large portion of my daily skincare routine. Like Origins, Boscia’s ingredients are gentle enough for those of you with sensitive skin. Specifically speaking to their masks, I recommend Boscia if you prefer a gel/sheet mask instead of the standard formula. Shop my picks below and let me know which one is your favorite!

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Have you ever had a food-related flare up? How did you treat it?

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