- Skin Care
Sunday, February 04, 2007
Kiehl's Rare-Earth Face Masque
With my oily-combination skin, I sometimes feel the need to purge my pores of grossness, if you know what I mean. In the past this has meant anything from those Biore nose strips stuck all over my face (literally, using 1 box at a time!) to the Borghese Fango Mud Mask (In high school I somehow found a travel size at my local Meijer, the equivalent of a Super Wal-Mart, this tube was treasured and used only prior to school dances), to more recently my choice of the Kiehl's Rare-Earth Face Masque.
This white thin mud-like mask comes in a little 4.2 ounce bottle for $16, which doesn't sound like much but which actually goes a very long way. I put a light coat over my T-Zone about once a week, and leave it until it dries. As I wash it off, it feels a little rough, almost like I'm using a scrub. Afterwards, my face seems to glow, and I feel as though I have cleaned out quite a bit of my built-up dirt.
>Kiehl's Rare-Earth Face Masque