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review: glossier mega greens galaxy pack + moisturizing moon mask

glossier mask duo review, glossier mega greens galaxy pack, glossier moisturizing moon mask

Uhhhhh wow, remember how I said a few posts ago that I usually don’t buy a lot of cosmetics? Well yeah, when I travel it all changes and I definitely buy a lot of cosmetics. I don’t buy in person though; I buy it all online and have it shipped to my house so it’s like Christmas or my birthday arrived early, except it’s from me (funnily enough I don’t give or receive many birthday or holiday presents).

glossier mask duo review, glossier mega greens galaxy pack, glossier moisturizing moon mask

glossier mask duo review, glossier mega greens galaxy pack, glossier moisturizing moon mask

I’ve really been into masking recently and I’m pretty sure  Glossier’s free terry headband with purchase promotion compelled me to make this purchase. I bought the mask duo so I saved a bit of money – a whopping $4 to be exact. And, that terry headband is a luxury I didn’t know I needed. There’s nothing more annoying than those pesky baby hairs getting in my mask, and the headband takes care of that!

I expected the Mega Greens Galaxy Pack to be a standard clay mask that’ll leave your skin feeling extremely dry and tight and ready to absorb whatever serums or oils that are put on top. Surprisingly, it didn’t leave my skin super parched and stiff while still getting the job done. The consistency is super creamy and doesn’t dry down completely like you’d expect a clay mask to. It’s easy to remove too! I don’t know what kind of witchcraft had to be done to create something like this, but I love that it does what it’s supposed to without drying out my already dry skin too much.

The Moisturizing Moon Mask makes my face feel SO. FREAKING. SOFT. The texture is light and almost gel-like, and reminds me of a tub of Pond’s cream my mom used when I was a kid. I like that it dries down clear – it’s a good indication of when you should take it off instead of tracking the time. It’s a little difficult to remove, so use a washcloth to help rinse it off!

The idea behind these are that you use the Mega Greens Galaxy Pack to cleanse and draw out those impurities in your skin (what does that mean, anyway?), and follow up with the Moisturizing Moon Mask to rehydrate and plump up your skin. They’re a bit pricey for what they are, but you don’t need much so it’ll last a long time. The directions on the jar says to put on a thick layer, but a thin one works just fine for me. As someone with very dry skin, I definitely recommend both.

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Have you tried the Glossier Moon Mask or Mega Greens Mask? What are some of your favorite wash-off masks?

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