• Affordable Beauty Find

    Those of you who follow my blog know that I take skin care very seriously. Following an effective routine is key in keeping your skin looking its best, but it can also be very expensive. This is especially true when purchasing masks. 

    One of the quickest and most effective way of treating your skin is a sheet mask but these once off treatment masks can be really pricey. Especially if you consider that if you want to be thorough with your routine, you ideally should be masking at least twice a week. That is why when I initially spotted the Beauty Treat face masks in Dischem I immediately had a look at them.  At R29, they save me close to R20 a mask - my usual masks retail between R45 and R50 a mask. 
    Beauty Treats Facial Mask
    I have purchased a few of these masks and like them so much that I replenished my stock and even bought all the ones available in the range for my sister. There are 5 mask variants in the range, however I have only seen the first 3 in my list below at my local Dischem:
    1. Green Tea
    2. Collagen
    3. Cucumber
    4. Co-Q10
    5. Aloe Vera
    My personal favourites are the Collagen and Green Tea. Both masks work well at hydrating my skin - which is my number 1 skin concern. I feel that the masks do a good job of hydrating my skin and when I wake up in the morning my skin definitely feels well moisturised. I honestly can't really say if they do a better job than my usual sheet masks, but it potentially is because of the way I use them.

    I use a sheet mask when I can feel or see that my skin needs a serious treatment. They are used to supplement my normal facial routine. I still find that buying a tube of a mask is often more cost effective but sheet masks are incredibly good at getting results quickly. Another good thing with a sheet mask is that when I am done with them on my face, I rub the sheet across my entire body - to get the most of it. So it is a good value for money product, especially at R29 a mask.

    As mentioned, I found these masks at Dischem. I have really been impressed with the results of using these masks and will continue purchasing them.

    I am considering making "Affordable Beauty Finds" a feature on my blog - but I want to ensure that they are products that are effective. I don't just want to feature things for the sake of it. So I'll see how things go. Let me know if you are keen for a feature like this and I'll definitely spend more time hunting down and testing affordable products.

    Big Hugs,
    Charlene XXX

    PS. These sheet masks are cruelty free!

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