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Mask Monday

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On Sundays, I get deep --- by steaming open and cleansing my pores. Except I've totally skipped it these last few weeks. I've been so lazy with my skincare lately and it shows. So tonight? I MASK! I typically whip up  my own (more on that laterzzz) but here are a few great store bought options that I keep on hand for when I'm especially lazy. 

Juice Beauty's line of organic skincare is right up my alley. This clay based mask clears pores and helps control oil without stripping skin of its vital, precious moisture. $24
Peter Thomas Roth's Cucumber Gel mask has been ever present in my regime because of its versatility. It can be used as a full facial mask or for a quick, de-puffing undereye mask. A thin layer on clean skin can be worn overnight for extra hydration. The tub can also be kept in the fridge during summer for a cooling treat. Regardless of season or reason, this mask calms and soothes all skin types. $45

Think of me tonight when my green and crumbling mask is frightening my children. Happy Masking!

I fell in LOVE with Valmont during my spa days. All the estheticians were wild for it and the results spoke for themselves. The Purifying Pack mask was my fave because it left my skin perfectly clean yet not stripped dry and my skin absolutely glowed after use. Ok, it's quite a splurge but so worth it if you're passionate about skincare. $140
I've always been a huge fan of Bliss and founder Marcia Kilgore. The Steep Clean series of products is fantastic for exfoliating and brightening skin but also for busting the dirt and grime that clog pores and make them appear bigger. $55