I don't have dry skin but lately I have been experiencing some dry patches on my cheeks due to the change of weather.
This whole thing looks quite edible with spoon and everything..
but DO NOT EAT!
It is green paste(?) with some particles inside.
This reminds me of green mud pack.
Skinfood Olive Mask
A mask pack that is applied thinly and keeps moisture onto the skin to relieve severe dryness, flakiness, and puffiness with Spanish olive oil
Apply an ample amount onto the face and massage gently, focusing on areas where more dead skin cells have piled up.
Rinse off with lukewarm water.
Olive oil, Avocado oil, Macadamia seed oil
I spread this paste(?) evenly on my face and waited for about 15-20 minutes then massaged gently, and rinsed it off in my shower. I did not use any foaming cleanser after that.
Although is did feel a little oily, it was relatively easy to rinse it out and it did not leave oily residue. My face felt very soft and moisturized after.
I was also impressed that my makeup application later on the same day was so much easier. No tiny flakes on my cheeks any more! :)
I am planning to use this twice a week during the colder months to remedy my parched winter skin.
I would recommend this for drier skin type since it is rich in different oil.
I don't know if this would be good for oilier skin type, though.
Also this contains nut oil, so you should avoid this if you have nut allergies.
Actually, this was the reason I made a lens review video yesterday.
My foundation applied so smoothly and I felt like taking pictures.
I just happened to be wearing GEO tri-color violet yesterday. ;p