Project Tryout:Pearl Rubber Mask


Hi y’all,
I am so in to keeping this face, neck and decolletage as youthful as possible that I will travel the globe to get it. Thank God for the internet because I can purchase different things online. This time I spent time on glow recipe and bought Lindsay modeling rubber mask.
I bought this mask through glow recipe.com and it is the most DIY mask that I ever tried out in my life. If you think that the hydrogel mask was crazy then you have not seen anything yet. The rubber mask conforms to face going from a soupy consistency to a pliable eraser head consistency  on your face in 15-20 minutes. Be prepared with napkins because the goop will run a little. This is definitely a mask where you need to be seated.
Just so you have the full information, this is what I pulled off the Glowrecipe.com website.
The Gist:
Used in top Korean skin spas, modeling rubber masks are a step-up from regular sheet masks. When applied, the thick layer of rubber fully conforms to the shape of your face, allowing mineral-rich nutrients to be absorbed without the risk of evaporation. The Lindsay Vitamin Modeling Rubber Mask delivers an instant radiance to your complexion, soothing irritated skin and force feeding your pores intensive moisture for lasting hydration. For all skin types.
How it works:

Alginate, found in kelp extract, that transforms from a powder to a soft gel-like texture when mixed in water. Formulated with Alginate and also a blend of botanicals and clays, the mineral-rich Lindsay Modeling Rubber Mask – Pearl helps to detoxify skin by gently lifting away impurities and dead skin cells while supplying nutrients into the skin to reveal instant brightening effects.
Free of:
Parabens, Mineral Oils.
How to use is in English. Thank God! you are suppose pour water to the marked line and mix well with included spatula. start with cheeks, chin and forehead. Spread it thick and even and make sure it is  thick especially around the perimeter around the face. Gently peel off after having it on for ten to fifteen minutes. follow with your regular skincare.
FYI – just a sidenote, I hear this can be dehydrating with using water and all and having a rubber mask on your skin but there is a tip from a fellow blogger that I mentioned before fifty shades of snails, place a serum or essence on your skin before applying the mask.
Check out the photos below.


Catch ya later,
1reddiva83

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9 Responses to Project Tryout:Pearl Rubber Mask

  1. Fiddy Snails says:

    I love modeling masks, even though it does take a few tries to get comfortable doing them! I like to make mine with a bit less water than it says to. If you mix it thicker, it doesn’t drip as much. But it looks like you did a good job!

  2. stashmatters says:

    I get these types of masks applied to my face when I go get my facials done. I LOVE them! It feels really cold when you first apply them but it feels great when it peels off. I’m too lazy to do it myself though haha.

  3. You’re right. This is crazier than the previous mask. A rubber eraser?! Sounds cool.

  4. lizskincare says:

    HI beauty! I am a Skincare Specialist. That mask looks really awesome! I am a big fan of facial mask. Facial treatments are really popular in my skincare clinic. How often do you apply this face mask?

    • 1reddiva83 says:

      you first mix the product with water in the container and then apply it to your face with the mixing spatula. When applying it , you have to make sure you apply evenly but make sure the outer edges are not thin(This will help you remove the mask in the end). after it becomes hard on your face you peel it off. Do not leave it on your face way past the drying stage because then the mask will be taking moisture from your skin.

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