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Tuesday, July 30, 2013
Dania Denise's Favorite Finds: Que Bella Face Masks
From time to time, I'll come across certain products that I really like...so much so, that I want to share it with my blog readers. So here is another post about one of my "Favorite Finds."
I love the beauty section of Target, there's so many different types of skin care and beauty items of all brands and types. One day while randomly browsing through this part of the store, I came across the Que Bella line of face masks. Aside from the colorful and visually appealing packaging, I saw that this brand contains all natural ingredients, which are always a plus when it comes to skin care.
Although I have a pretty solid skin care routine, all of the makeup that gets caked onto my face from doing lots of modeling eventually makes me feel like I need that "something extra" to really get it clean. Face masks are a great way to "reboot" the complexion and are ideal for both female and male models.
The Que Bella face masks come in a variety of types and for different purposes. In my case, I was looking for a face mask that would draw out the impurities and traces of makeup that I knew was sometimes left behind, even after a thorough cleansing. So I chose the Que Bella Detoxifying Dead Sea Mud Mask.
It worked wonders! All I had to do was wet my face and apply the mud mask using my fingertips. The "mud" is clay-like and goes on smooth. After letting it sit on my complexion for 15 minutes, I simply wash it off with warm water, pat my face dry and moisturize as usual. Each time I use this product my face is smooth and soft like a baby's bottom...not only that, my skin feels completely clean.
I only use the mud mask when needed, however. I wouldn't use it on a daily basis. I'd say it's okay to use this type of product once a week or once every other week--whenever your skin feels like it needs it.
I haven't tried the other face masks in the line yet but I only plan on trying the ones my skin needs. So far the Dead Sea Mud Mask does the trick. I typically get 2 uses out of 1 pack by only applying half of the mud mask in the pack to my face. To prevent the remaining mud mask from drying out, I make sure to seal/fold the packet so that the air doesn't get in.
If any of you, models or not, feel like your complexion needs some revitalization, I highly recommend checking out the Que Bella face masks. I found mine at Target but I'm sure they carry them at other places, as well as online.
***As with trying any new product, test a little bit on a small section of skin to see if a negative reaction occurs. If nothing happens, then it'll be fine to use the product on your face.***