Skin

Tropic Skincare – Mask Mapping*

March 6, 2017

Is the skin on your face the same all over?  Mine isn’t – dry zone, shiny zones, saggy zones, it can be a mixed old bag… Let me introduce you to Mask Mapping by Tropic Skincare.

Three masks to treat your differing skin needs areas:

  • Clear Skin (Green)
  • Face Lift (Yellow)
  • Deep Hydration (Purple)

You simply apply the mask to area required and you end up with a multi coloured face!

Instructions state to leave the masks on for 10-20 mins.

Clear Skin and Face Lift are both the type of masks that dry on the skin (and the type that usually get stuck under my nails). So if  you don’t already use a spatula I recommend you get one – it’s a game changer.

Deep Hydration is a cream (a soft raspberry colour) this one sinks into the skin depending on how dehydrated you are.

They all smell gorgeous and being Tropic products you know you are buying quality products that tick all the right boxes 🐰🌿🌍 but when you start to remove them the fragrances factor goes mental!

I would recommend removing them in the shower as you will be surrounded by the beautiful tropical aromas.

Clear Skin is zesty and fresh thanks to Lime, while Face Lift has Elderflower, and Deep Hydration has Blackcurrant leaf.

I love all of the masks – my favourite one for the smell is Clear Skin, my skin drank in Deep Hydration and I am sure my neck enjoyed being pampered too with Face Lift.

For more information on Tropic Skincare please visit their website – www.tropicskincare.com

4 Comments

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    Daisydoll65
    March 8, 2017 at 9:15 pm

    This looks really interesting I haven't heard of them before… Must look out for a party… Love a good skin care/make up parties really miss them!!!

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    BeautyBoo44
    March 11, 2017 at 2:38 pm

    They are FAB – the spatula is such a simple thing but I am loving using it ! x

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    BeautyBoo44
    April 7, 2019 at 4:28 pm

    April 2019. My local Tropic rep (Sharon) is no longer a Tropic Rep.

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