I bought this mask because I was on a treat yo’self binge, and thought that I may as well. The idea of a magnetic mask made me think it’d be pulling the gunk out of my pores, but since this is actually an age defier, it’s (supposedly) tightening my skin. I tried it out and was absolutely mystified by it, so let’s jump right in.
Fangirls, I am a big fan of African Black Soap. If you haven’t tried just the soap, I highly suggest it; it’s wonderful for these wintery months because it adds a lot of moisture without making your skin greasy. My love of the bar soap must have been what prompted me to grab this mud mask when I did, even though I genuinely don’t remember buying it. I’m glad that I did, though, because I’ve been using this mask pretty much on the regular, and I’ve really been enjoying it.
Fangirls, I want to say that I’ve been slowly assimilating LUSH products into my life, but we all know that’s nonsense. I have dived into LUSH Cosmetics headfirst, and my addiction may be spiraling out of control. Luckily, it’s an addiction that is proving to be rather good for my body, or my skin at least!
~picture of both fresh face masks~
Fangirls, I love face masks and masques. I love having stuff on my face that makes me feel cleaner. What’s better for your skin than Avocado & Oatmeal? Pretty much nothing. So lets look at some incredibly foolish selfies, while I tell you how great this stuff is.
I know a lot of the products we talk about in this segment are special order items, but today is going to be a little different. I’ve been using this brand of peel-off masques for ages, because it’s what is stocked in my local grocery store.
In my daily life as a person pretty obsessed with sex research, I don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about semen. Which I recently realized is a damn shame. That stuff is a lot more complex and interesting than one would think. What’s even more interesting, though, is all the hubbub surrounding semen. It has it’s more obvious uses, but then there is this whole host of uses & benefits that claim to be the real deal.
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