The refeshing mask that “scarred my son for life”

BecomeMask

Today I tried the age resistant color therapy mask for relaxing from become beauty products. It doesn’t look very beautiful, but it feels magnificent. My son saw me in it and claimed to be scarred for life, but I enjoyed my little indulgence. The mask claims to leave your skin feeling smooth and silky, and it lived up to its promise. After my day in the sun attending the Decatur Book Festival, this mask was the perfect antidote to my dried and sunburned face. My skin was noticeably cooler when I removed the mask. I was not surprised to find aloe as one of the key ingredients. It also contains olive oil and other plant extracts. The company recommends using the product weekly to reduce the appearance of fine lines. I can’t attest to that, but in all other ways the mask lived up to its promises. The only downside is the price, at least on my salary. A box of 6 masks is $49. Is it worth it? If you have the money to treat yourself, then I say yes. It’s a very good product. It was also extremely easy to use and left no sticky residue. If you’re interested in learning more about become products, follow this link: www.mybecome.net/jennifer. Jennifer provided me the samples for my honest reviews and for the picture worthy of blackmail.

Author: Allie

I was a Children's Librarian for 8 years and worked in Administration for several more. I love blogging about books, information, and other library related topics. Most of my blogs are book reviews.

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