A self-heating facial mask used during shower?
Pixi Beauty has added 14 new products to their very popular Skintreats series, including their first-ever Boost Sheet Masks, a pH-balancing gel, and a solid, multi-use moisturiser that can be used on face, lips, body, and hair.
All the innovative products sound extremely exciting but the one that intrigued us the most: the In-Shower Steam Facial.
⭐WHAT IS IT?
This is a self-heating cleansing mask that is to be left on while you’re in a shower or bath. Its self-heating action is designed to open pores so as to improve the effects of this mask. It contains acacia collagen and peptides to retain moisture, provide a plumping effect, nourish skin, deeply cleanse it, and detoxify it.
✅HOW TO USE IT?
Squeeze out an appropriate amount and slather it all over face. Leave it on while you take your shower or bath, and then rinse off.
⭐DOES IT WORK?
I typically use a mask after my shower, so the idea of using it while showering is very new to me.
⭐Texture - My first impression of the product wasn’t the best one. I found the texture of the gel extremely thick and sticky. Because of its heavy texture, I had to apply more product than expected to cover my entire face and neck.
⭐Warming - And then the magic happened: the product warmed up almost immediately after it touched my skin. The warm sensation felt very comforting and it sustained even as I continued to massage it all over my face.
⭐Can’t wash hair - I left it on my face while I started to shower. But I realised that I had to skip washing my hair or wash my hair later if I wanted to keep the mask on. It was a slight inconvenience but I guess if you don’t wash your hair every day, you can schedule masking on no-wash days.
⭐Post-shower - After my shower, I rinsed off the mask and was surprised that the sticky gel had transformed to a nourishing oil that could be washed off effortlessly.
⭐Results - I dried off and touched my face: it felt hydrated, smooth, soft, and plump. I looked into the mirror and noticed more clarity and radiance – something that I really welcomed especially after a tiring day.
⭐So should you get it? I’d say the in-shower feature is a bit of a gimmick because using it during shower doesn’t really save much time nor effort for me. However, if you disregard the in-shower feature, it’s still overall a good mask to use. The self-heating effect – even if it doesn’t open pores as promised – provides a pampering sensation that I enjoyed. Most importantly, there’s a noticeable difference in my skin after using it and I see it as a good treat for my skin after a tiring day.
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