Summer Fridays’ Jet Lag Mask

 

 

What is it? 

I’ve always loved trying out different products to see what works and what doesn’t. Summer Fridays’ Jet Lag Mask is my latest and greatest new discovery. 

I’m sure you’ve seen this little periwinkle blue tube while scrolling through instagram. The brand was created by two social media influencers, Marianna Hewitt and Lauren Gores Ireland. It sometimes feels like there are so many beauty products out there that it’s hard to know which ones are worth buying. There is nothing worst than investing in a product that you thought was going to be your skincare’s dream come true only to find out it was all a hype and you have to throw it out…THE WORST! Lucky, this wasn’t the case.

The Jet Lag mask is meant to replenish dry (I have medium too dry skin) and dull skin. Plus it smoothes out uneven skin textures. It hydrates your skin and it’s filled with ceramides, antioxidants, and vitamin C, Plus it’s vegan and cruelty free ( THANK GOD) It’s the perfect mask for this Summer to Fall transition. 

How to apply:

The mask has a thick cream texture so use the amount that you feel most comfortable with (I used a thin layer). Before anything apply on cleanse dry skin and leave it on for a maximum of 10 minutes and then use a warm cloth to wipe out the residue. It’s also recommended to leave the mask on over night or during your day-to-day activities because applies on clear. It can also be used as a primer. I did all of the above because I wanted to see the results in each stage.

Results: 

It brightens skin, reduces pores, and hydrates and locks in moisture because of the hyaluronate and sodium in it. I think it’s important to invest in your skin and use products that deliver healthy results. If you can relate to any of the above and you’re looking for effective results, I’d recommend you giving this mask a try and let me know below if you have used it or have any questions on it. I’d be happy to help. 

 

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