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Hydration across all the different TCFS masks is amazing, and perfect for a quick injection of dewy skin. You don't even need to follow up with essences or creams after, just tap the excess into your skin and honestly? Thats enough to keep you going!
Temporary brightening effects are a bonus, so I often use these masks before an event or a big day to keep looking fresh (brides I am looking at you!).
The mask material lasts for much longer than the recommended 20 mins- I like to keep them on for as long as possibly, and they stay moist and dewy throughout.
The perfect fit, the gorgeously soft material, the abundance of essence, the quality of essence, the lasting time, and the fantastic results, puts these masks among the best on the market, especially for the price!
Because of the clever mix of ingredients, the Son & Park Beauty Water may be used in the following ways:
- As a makeup remover. It is definitely passable as a makeup remover for non-waterproof makeup, but you'll need a bit of elbow grease for waterproof mascara.
- As an after-cleanse toner At ETTINE HQ we use it a prep product either before our routine cleansing. It dries quickly with no sticky or filmy residue, and it helps balance the skin's pH levels which is great for breakouts.
- As a prep product before makeup. We often also use the Son & Park chameleon before applying makeup. It basically clears off any impurities and is a gentle exfoliant.
- As a hydrating spritz mid flight. Transfer some of the Beauty Water in an atomizer bottle and spray it on whenever you want to cool down your skin at work. If you don't wear makeup, you can also wipe it on your face to clean up grime if you feel like your skin needs it.
As a mild exfoliator. Beauty Water is formulated with both willow bark and papaya extracts that exfoliate the skin and ensure your skin remains clear of dead skin cells and surface impurities. Since it’s a micro-exfoliator, it’s gentle enough for everyday use. Great for after shaving or plucking to avoid ingrowns.
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