Must have beauty mask: Eminence Organic Clear Skin Probiotic Masque

I often get asked what products I use on my skin. It seems everyone wants to know a few of my secrets. Since this blog is all about sharing I felt it was time for me to give up some of these best-kept beauty secrets. If you are into taking good care of your skin…which I hope you are. There is nothing worse than watching women trying to reverse signs of aging or poor skincare habits when it’s too late. It’s all about prevention and maintenance. Your skin is constantly changing and as a result, it’s important to create a skincare routine that can accommodate these many changes.

It’s kind of like buying a good pair of boots for winter and a sleek pair of sandals in the summer. You adjust to the changes and dress appropriately. The same goes for your skin. You can’t always use the same products you use during the winter that you use during the hot summers months. For now, I am going to focus on a good face mask (we will talk about good moisturizers later).

I have been using Eminence Organic skincare line for quite some time. I use quite a few of their products. One of my must haves…trust me I always have a full jar on hand, is the Clear Skin Probiotic Masque. It’s actually my all year one size fits all seasons product. I use it once or two times a week. It all depends on what my skin mood is. I find during the winter months my skin peels a lot so this product really helps keep my skin in check. In fact my skin pretty much regenerates itself more than most people’s which means I need to exfoliate that dead skin off to prevent breakouts as a result of oil getting trapped under all of it. My make-up artist will tell you this; I am a peeling machine. This is why it’s so important to exfoliate. You will have to check back to find out what I use to exfoliate and which brands I think are best for those like me with sensitive skin.


Before I continue, I mentioned that my skin regenerates itself. I am sure you might have been thinking…huh? What does that mean? When your skin regenerates itself old skin cells make their way up to the surface of your skin and begin to shed ( hence the flakiness or dry skin patches). On average skin regeneration is a 28 day cycle. My dermatologist has told me that for me it seems to be a little more frequent (as you know no two people are alike right?!). Which is why I pay attention to the changes and follow a good skincare regime to keep my skin looking it’s best. It’s actually a good thing, the regeneration cycle, and it’s something that does slow down with age. If you are curious about the process you can find out more here.

What I love about the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Masque is that it’s made with all natural ingredients. The label is easy to read and you aren’t worried about any mystery ingredients you can’t pronounce or have to spend extra time looking them up. It’s kind of the same concept when you read food labels in the grocery store. If it’s not simple and easy to read chances are it’s some chemical that is not good for you.

Key beneficial ingredients:

Stone Crop: nourishes, helps with uneven skin tone and hydrates.

Cooling cucumber: tones

Refining Yogurt: exfoliates and eliminates blemishes

Shea Butter: replenishes skin moisture barrier

Marigold: Beta-carotene rich

Tea Tree Oil: antiseptic and anti-bacterial

Kaolin Clay: Cleanses and softens

BioComplex: this is their trademark blend of vitamins, coenzyme Q10 and alpha lipoic acid – this combination improves overall appearance of your skin

 

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Clear Skin Probiotic Masque $54.00

 

It’s really easy to use. It also comes with a little dispensing spoon which I think is a great idea. Let me know if you get a chance to try it. I know you can order it online or go to their website and find a spa that carries it in your area.

Please note: It’s not cheap. I have, to be honest. You may gasp at the price at first. Just remember, a little bit goes a long way. It’s not a product you will be wasteful with either and it’s true what you pay for is what you get. If you want quality natural skincare products you will have to pay a little extra but trust me it’s worth it.

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