For anyone wondering I’m currently in Poland, more specifically Sopot.
It’s part of a tri-city network of 3 close cities together. It’s near the beach, there’s water on the beach, bugs love water…and my face.
Although I did my best to prevent skincare sadness from the plane, there was really nothing I could do to prevent bugs (mostly stupid mosquitoes) from attacking my face. Blegh.
So basically I was in (and still am a little bit) skin care hell. There’s really nothing I could do than rub on some ointment to help stop the itchyness. But the redness seemed to be a constant.
Till I tried these masks!
Today I’ll be reviewing 2 of the 7 masks in the FORENCOS GREEK Mythology MASK SERIES, and I’ll be writing a more further in dept review of my favorites shortly.
Looking so fancy blue nail, you go girl.
Okay real talk, there are basically 7 different masks one for each day of the week.
For the first mask I decided to use the tea tree oil one, because my face was dying and I needed a miracle.
Tea tree oil is suppose to help with acne and I suppose redness all together. So I figured this one would be best for my ailment.
Thursday: relax with Dryas (Tea tree oil mask)
Check out my sad face. Especially my forehead. Take notice of those HUGE bumps from mosquitoes. : (
Anyways, so I figured why not try it.
It fit like a glove. TO MY FACE. The mask itself was one of the nicer paper silk material used and it had a pattern that made it seem more breathable.
I put it on for a hour, but you may ask, oh what about the ampoule sachet on the side there? I, uh, didn’t want to use it this time because I was lazy.
But moving along, after an hour…I emerged.
The redness was slapped down by the mask!
The mask was super effective, red bumps took a critical hit!
Yeah basically it’s amazing. Don’t need to read any further really. Or you can, to read on about the volcanic ash mask.
Tuesday: detox with Hephaestus (Volcanic Ash Mask)
As you can see in the photo the redness is still there, but not as crazy as the day before.
So I decided since the Tea tree oil one was so effective the day before, I’d try another mask from the series to help continue the prevention.
But this time I did use the amouple, it as a mask base so I put it on before the mask itself. It’s really gooey, super gooey, much like a syrup. But it goes onto your face.
But the mask itself was, uh, shocking.
I’ve never experienced a brown mask, but I guess that was expected for a “ash” mask.
The mask didn’t fit on my face as well after using the ampoule, so maybe you were suppose to wash it off before putting on the mask, I’ll try again soon.
After a hour, I removed the mask, and had to wash my face because the ampoule had dried up quite a bit. So, yeah I believe you should wash off the ampoule before the mask. #sherlock
The swelling and the redness went down again! But it doesn’t seem to be as effective as the tea tree oil so far.
I’ll be writing more later.
This product was given to me to review as a BNTgirl but has a 100% my thoughts in it (◕w◕ア