Dr Jart's skincare: Moisture Mask

Since launching their BB Creams in the UK last year, Dr Jart have firmly established their position as a skincare power brand and one with firm roots in Asian markets. The brand have been selling millions of BB Creams to ladies across the globe, and now they're expanding their presence into day-to-day skincare products. Within the new range are three subcategories - Most Moist, Pore Refine and V7 for dark spots and uneven skintone - which all target specific problem areas. Some of the products are really quite unique and revolutionary, but the favourite so far of mine is the Most Moist Water-Max Sleeping Mask (catchy.) This preservative, alcohol, colourant and fragrance free gel-like mask is applied prior to sleeping and left on skin overnight to provide intensive moisure while you slumber. It forms a protective layer on the skin, while the combination of 9 essential such as lavender, rose, orange and chamomile leads to sound sleep. It gets to work replenishing moisture and vital vitamins that can get lost from skin in the day, while providing an anti-ageing and lifting effect to improve the surface appearance of your face. When you wash it off in the morning skin does feel fuller, fresher, refined and bright - it's a great injection of moisture for dry skin once a week, with very little effort required. I used this two nights in a row after my flight to NYC and it really did help replenish the moisture I lost, although it did also give me a couple of pimples so be careful not to use it too regularly! It's great value too, at only £26 for this 50ml tube, so it's a great investment for a weekly injection of goodness into skin.



The mask is available online and from Boots for £26.00 for 50ml

3 comments:

  1. Chemo has completely destroyed my skin and it is so dry so I think I will give this a go, it sounds fab xx

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  2. Might give it ago, great that's it is natural

    Lauren,
    Laurensbeautydepartment.blogspot.com

    xx

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  3. sounds great, I already use their serum so I might give this a go!

    http://sindy-ng.blogspot.co.uk

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