|Press Sample. All opinions are my own.|
I love masks. Love them. If there's a new type of mask, I want to try it. I'd heard about 'bubble masks' in the K-beauty arena, but I was skeptical. What was the big deal, and could all that foaming actually *do* anything for my skin? But, when StriVectin asked me to try their foaming oxygen mask, I knew it wouldn't be all hype!
I admit, I've become a big fan of StriVectin. Their main claim-to-fame - NIA 114 - is a proprietary form of Niacinamide, which works really well on my aging, oily skin. When I finish testing a product, I often come back to StriVectin. I've fallen in love with their gentle Retinol cream, their Tightening Neck cream, and I really love their moisturizer with SPF. My husband even stole that one from me and finished it! Which is why I haven't let him try this mask. Seriously.
The mask itself comes out in a liquid, but it starts to foam up right away. The top picture shows the creamy white mask reacting immediately, and the bottom picture is the almost dry, light, airy result.
For more information, or to purchase, you can find StriVectin on FaceBook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, or their webpage, where the StriVectin Oxygen Infusion Smoothing Mask currently retails for $62.Through 12/11, they are having a 5 Days of Amazing Deals specials and free shipping, too!
Have you tried a foaming oxygen mask?