Beauty Products to INVEST in: Borghese Fango Active Mud Mask

Cleaning with mud. Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it?

This dark green clay concoction from iconic Italian brand Borghese will have you drinking the seemingly contradictory Kool-Aid. Your skin will tingle and glow after you use it. The mask will promote blood flow and scrape off those flat, dull cells as you remove it. Skin will be brought back to life after having you look like you are something from the dead. Or the black lagoon.

It smells divine, containing sweet almond and avocado oils. There are also undertones of various essential oils, and this will only add to the relaxing experience that wearing this mask (in privacy of course) will promote.

It can be used all over your face and body. This will have you feel like your own private bathroom is the Dead Sea. It can be messy washing it off in the shower or sink, but that’s why Chlorox exists.

It says to wash it off whilst the mask is still wet and we do feel this is the best way. Alternatively you can leave it in to dry and then deal with hundreds of pesky dark green mud flakes falling on your top and in the near vicinity every time to you make any sort of facial movement. Then try washing off the dry flakes. Not fun. Oh well, you live and learn.

We promote this product because it is a wise investment beauty product. It lasts a long time (over a year) and it is extremely effective. Prices vary, but we purchased two jars from Costco years ago, and we still have a little bit left.

For more information visit http://www.borghese.com/fango-active-mud-for-face-and-body/

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