When it comes to facial masks, I consult my beauty partner in crime, El Divo. He has a knack for all things beauty and is always up for a challenge. Mi Bella Reina is the latest product we've reviewed together. Check out our review below.
We received the Nancy Reagan 24k Gold Collagen Face and Neck mask combo. Yes, Nancy Reagan and yes, 24k Gold. Interest peaked.?!
It's an odd looking product but then again so is every other facial mask we've tried. Seriously, the mask looks as if there should be Aztec hieroglyphics on the packaging. There aren't... we checked. Once you remove the paper packaging, you will notice the mask is surrounded by a ton of clear liquid. SAVE THIS LIQUID! Be sure to have a cup nearby when you open the package as you will need this liquid to moisturize your face before applying the mask. Massage the clear liquid onto your skin and then apply the mask. Allow the mask to rest on your face for 20 minutes or so.
The mask left our faces feeling silky smooth BUT one complaint, there is way too much liquid in the packaging. I had to reach for a towel to soak up some of the liquid but El Divo, well he didn't complain. The moisturizer was fragrant, not overpowering and the effects were spa-like.
Mi Bella Reina 24K Collagen Face and Neck Mask Combo retails for $19.99 and the company also features many other beauty and skincare products including makeup, essential oils, fragrances and gift sets.
Mi Bella Reina 24K Collagen Face and Neck Mask Combo
two thumbs up!
For more info on this and other Mi Bella Reina products visit their website at www.mibellareina.com.
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