With my little monkey down for a nap, I was finally able to try out something I bought a few weeks back. boscia Bright White Mask is an advanced antiaging mask that brightens, hydrates, and smoothes the skin. Soothing and hydrating, this antiaging mask contains clinical levels of advanced whitening ingredients to visibly even skintone, reduce dark spots, and brighten the complexion. Pro-vitamin C suppresses skin damage caused by UV radiation while delivering intense hydration and increasing natural moisture factors in the skin. It targets fine lines and wrinkles, and boosts collagen production to reduce excess sagging. The peel-off technology instantly smoothes the complexion for a healthy, youthful, fresh glow.

I first started using boscia products during my pregnancy because I was looking for something with the least amount of chemicals. boscia is one of the world’s first preservative-free, botanically-based skincare lines. That being said, I gave up on their products because my skin’s needs were constantly changing and I found Dr. Hauschka’s products better suited me.

I came across this peel off mask on Sephora.com and after reading some rave reviews, I decided to give this a try. I figured if it works as well as they say it does, fabulous! But if it doesn’t, I can at least expect minimal adverse reactions.

I definitely noticed the difference in my skin immediately after peeling off the mask. My face looks brighter and feels smoother with no irritation at all. Even a mark on my forehead from a blemish a few weeks back looks significantly lighter and this is only after one application. This can be used up to two times a week so I can only imagine how much clearer and brighter my skin will look in a few weeks.

The only negative point I have with this mask is removal is painstakingly slow. Peel off masks I’ve used in the past tend to come off in 1 to 3 attempts. I love the feeling of removing a mask off all in just one pull. You don’t get that satisfaction here. But a small price to pay for all the benefits this mask brings.

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