Pangea Organics Facial Mask

Pangea Organics Facial Mask, $40 at Birchbox.com

About once a week, I use this facial mask. It has tons of Matcha green tea in it, as well as acai and goji berry. I know that ingredients like that are on the rise, and I’m usually skeptical of trendy, “all-natural” products because most of the time they contain only a small amount of effective ingredients.

I got a sample in my second Birchbox, and most facial masks I’ve used don’t do much for my skin (although they always make me feel fancy), but this one really makes my face feel soft and tingly clean. Even though my skin is really dry, I don’t have to put moisturizer on right after I wash the mask off, so I can enjoy the fresh feeling longer. And I look so pretty when I wear it.

Excuse my beauty.

AND of course this mask felt extra good because I got it using Birchbox points and a 20% off coupon. I got this and a 6-pack of black twistband hair ties for $10 including shipping.

You leave it on for 10-20 minutes, rinse it off, and then…

Tah-dah! This is my completely make-upless face afterwards. It evens out my skin tone and just makes me feel like a million Matcha bucks overall. I know $40 is a lot to drop on a face mask, but every time I wash this off, it feels worth it, especially if you have a coupon.

8 thoughts on “Pangea Organics Facial Mask

  1. The Daddoo says:

    Looks good. Halloween is coming.

  2. Your skin is so beautiful! So jelous!

  3. Lauren says:

    You are so beautiful! I am going to have to try this mask out, because your skin looks great!

  4. Vanessa says:

    I love your cute little naked face but I LOVE your poopy face even more! It looks like a great product.

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