Foot peeling masks are something that I had been curious about for a while ever since reading about them on a few different blogs. Recently I’ve been going through my beauty product stash in preparation for moving house and I discovered that I actually had a foot peeling mask! My friend Louisa from the blog Intrepid Forays and Adventures gave me a bunch of masks she had got in Meme Boxes and amongst that was the Pureplus Skin Freyia Foot Peeling Mask. My feet have been a bit rough lately and since it’s sandal weather I decided to put it to the test. Keep reading for my review which includes photos of it in action!
Ingrown hairs. Not a particularly glamoruous topic to be talking about, but something I unfortunately have a lot of experience with. Before I had IPL hair removal, I was very prone to ingrown hairs, and got them from pretty much every hair removal method that I attempted. I would consider myself an expert in how to prevent and treat ingrown hairs, but I must give the caveat that I’m not actually a beauty therapist, merely someone with a lot of trial and error experience. I’m passing on my tips on how to prevent and treat ingrown hairs, to spare you from the pain of experiencing them yourselves.
Today I want to sing the praises of the Salux Cloth – this is the ultimate exfoliator! What is a salux cloth, you ask? It’s a nylon bath towel, originating from Japan. It exfoliates your skin and promotes improved blood circulation. Salux cloths create a great lather as well so you don’t need to use much product. It’s kind of similar to the texture of a synthetic bath poof, but it rinses and dries much more easily so it’s more hygienic. I’ve been using it to combat my Keratosis Pilaris (‘chicken skin’), and it has done wonders! It’s effective for exfoliating for people without KP as well, so if you want baby smooth skin, keep reading.