Girls’ Day with Naked Skincare

What better way to exemplify the perfect girls’ day than with some great gal pals, luxurious face masks, and fruity mimosas? Well that is exactly what my day entailed, and I couldn’t be happier about it. Every gal needs to set some pamper time aside for herself once and a while; and honestly, isn’t that what Sundays were made for anyways?

For today’s self care party, the girls and I had the opportunity to test out some of Naked Skincare’s natural and organic masks. The reason I always rave about Naked’s skin goodies is based on their products’ effectiveness and simple, pronounceable ingredient lists. Keep reading for the skivvy on their line of face masks!


Radiance Mask by Naked Skincare


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Naked’s Radiance Mask adds hydration to the skin, resulting in a radiating and youthful appearance, while improving the overall texture of the skin, refining delicate lines, and increasing the skin’s firmness. This mask is blended with mango extract- which is high in Vitamin A, C and Beta Carotine; perfect for balancing the most stressed and sensitive of skins.

Use: Mix 1 teaspoon of mask with water to create a smooth paste. Apply to skin and allow to set until dry. Remove with warm water. Feel free to play around with mixing agents, including: Honey, Lemon, Avocado, Aloe Vera, Rose Water, or Yoghurt. *May stain wash cloth*.

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1 Teaspoon Worth of Mask
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Optional: Mix with Lemon
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Optional: Mix with Honey
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Optional: Mix with Avocado
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Apply!
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Pop Some Bubbly!

Ingredients: Australian Pink Clay, French Pink Clay, Mango Extract.

Australian Pink Clay– Helps to balance and sooth the most stressed and sensitive skin.
French Pink Clay– Will cleanse and detoxify the skin, remove dead skin cells and create an overall refreshed appearance.
Mango Extract– High in Vitamin A, C and Beta Carotine, helps prevent the degeneration of skin cells and restore the flexibility of the skin.


Detox Mask by Naked Skincare


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Naked’s Detox Mask helps to banish breakouts and neutralize oily skin with their magnetic blend of activated bamboo charcoal, with healing and detoxifying clays to draw out toxins and absorb impurities.

Use: Mix 1 teaspoon of mask with water to create a smooth paste.  Apply to skin and allow to set until dry, remove with warm water. Feel free to play around with mixing agents, including: Honey, Lemon, Yoghurt, Aloe Vera. *May stain wash cloth*.

 

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1 Teaspoon of Mask
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Optional: Mix with Naked Skincare’s Exfoliating Micrograins (to get rid of dead skin)
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Optional: Mix with Lemon (to help treat acne and brighten the skin)
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Optional: Mix with Honey (to firm the skin)
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Mix Into a Paste
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Apply!

Ingredients: Activated Bamboo Charcoal, Kaolin Clay, Fuller Earth Clay, Papaya Extract, Turmeric Powder.

Activated Bamboo Charcoal- Helps absorb dirt and impurities, as well as decrease the size of pores.
Kaolin Clay- Helps purify the skin and draws out impurities, as well as vitalizes and boosts the cell renewal of skin.
Papaya Extract- Excellent in stabilizing oily skin ,and contains properties that benefit skin repair through increasing the rate of new cell formation.
Turmeric Powder- High in antioxidants that will slow down cell damage, helps reduce pigmentation, and even out the skin tone.


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Altogether, this much needed day was nothing less than perfect; and with the help of Naked Skincare, my skin is now also nothing less than perfect. Thanks for reading, and make sure to check out Naked’s inexpensive line of face masks (they retail at only $22!).

*Photos courtesy of Jorja Coral Photography.

 

Xo, Quinn

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