First Impression | Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Jelly Mask

In my opinion, you can’t beat a face mask. That sensation of tranquility you get when you glide it over your face and feel it work it’s magic. There is simply nothing like it. I’m an delving into more skin care, and the use of acids. And since trying the Nip + Fab Dragons Blood Jelly Mask and becoming very impressed, I thought I would try this one!

It is described as a Jelly, however it isn’t so thick and wobbly that you can’t click it on your face. It still has a good liquidy gel texture that can be applied with a brush and over the face. It has lovely cooling and soothing properties when applied, and i find my skin really appreciates it. The glycolic acid gives it exfoliating properties; removing dead skin cells, impurities and makeup. It doesn’t sting when applied, it just tingles. Nothing painful or adverse! It just feels like it is working! It also has hydrating properties with Hyaluronic Acid also being in this product. So it won’t feel stripping or harsh on your face.

I followed the directions of use. I applied it on freshly cleansed skin, and wait until it is nice and dry. I then applied it with a brush (not essential, but I find it is more hygienic when going into the tub) and applied it evenly on my face. I waited 10 to 15 minutes for it to gain tackiness and then washed it thoroughly off my face. I was then left with a resurfaced feeling face. Baby soft. And it felt very very clean!

All in all I really like this mask, I would say just as much as the sister Dragons Blood mask. I love how smooth and clean it makes my skin feel. And it certainly doesn’t strip my skin from moisture! I have sensitive and dry dehydrated skin, I still find this very suitable for my skin type!

I hope you enjoyed this blog post!

Thank you for reading! 💛✨

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