Mud Mask Monday | Nugg Hydrating Face Mask contains affiliate links.
It’s been a hot minute since any of us have had a chance to do a Mud Mask Monday post! Tonight Katherine and I decided that we were going to dive back in with the Nugg hydrating face mask. Winter is in full swing here in Pa and our skin shows it. I’ve got more zits than I care to talk about and some added moisture is never a bad thing right?!
The Nugg hydrating face mask is perfect for adding some much needed moisture to my skin.
I love buying face masks. I wear them wayyy more often than just on a Monday night. Whenever I’m out shopping I pick up new masks that I think might come in handy for random skin emergencies. Tonight, that made life a little bit difficult. We couldn’t choose a mask. Finally we landed on the Nugg hydrating face mask.
Nugg Hydrating Face Mask:
These little mask tubs are the perfect size for doing about three masks. Which is not terribly handy unless there are three people who want to do a mask at once. Katherine and I slathered on a good amount and still had product leftover. You know me though, I’ll cover it with press and seal and dive in again tomorrow to finish it off!
Where to Get Nugg Hydrating Face Mask:
I discovered the Nugg masks kind of by accident. One was included in a Target Beauty Box awhile back. It was the peppermint one and I LOVED it. The one I’m trying out today was part of a four pack that I grabbed on clearance at Marshalls the time I was shopping. They are also sold at a variety of other stores including Target where you can buy the multi-packs.
Benefits of the Nugg Hydrating Face Mask:
This particular mask includes some skin loving ingredients that are great for locking in moisture and adding a much needed glow. Camilla Seed Oil and Spirulina Extract are supposed to intensively hydrate and replenish dry skin to help rehydrate damaged skin. I’m sure you can see in the photos this was a pretty spot on claim for what we have going on.
Timeline for Using Nugg Hydrating Face Mask:
We’ve left ours sit now for about 20 minutes. The nice thing about these masks is that they don’t dry out. They get kind of sticky but they’re not wet. It leaves sort of a non-transferring film on skin until you wash it off completely. Typical mask procedure here, apply, let sit, and wash with cool water. Pat dry! Or are you trying to get wrinkles?!?
Katherine is wearing a pretty awesome DIY Peel Off Pore Strip that will be popping up on the blog in the next day or so. It’s great for clearing blackheads and removing all that excess gunk that builds up in the pores on our noses. You’ll love it. Pinky swear, it is actually a peel off pore strip that PEELS OFF.
We’d love to hear from you about masks that you are doing! I think for the next few weeks we’ll be sticking to the hydrating masks and shying away from the mud masks which tend to dry out skin and oils.