My skin has been all over the place recently – I have always had oily/normal type skin, however, recently, my skin has become very dry and dehydrated, and I have dry flaky patches around my nose area.
I was recently contacted by the team at Procoal to see if I would like to try out some of their natural skincare products. I jumped at the chance to try something new which may help give my skin some much needed TLC and bring it back to life again. I tried out the Charcoal Face Scrub and the Marine Moisture Face Sheet Mask
The Charcoal Face Scrub is designed to help remove impurities and detox the skin. The scrub is a pale grey in colour, with added charcoal particles which work on exfoliating out the impurities in the skin. It is so easy to use – I simply used a small amount of the scrub, working it into my skin in circular motions, paying particular attention to my nose and chin areas. I used a muslin cloth to remove all traces of the scrub. My skin was left feeling refreshed, smooth and soft.
To really pamper myself and my much-needed skin, I then used the Marine Moisture Sheet Mask. I am a real fan of sheet masks, and will use them at least once a week to help refresh and hydrate my skin. This sheet mask works to help with the signs of ageing, and with over 25ml of serum in each mask, helps to improve skin’s firmness and boost hydration.
The mask was really easy to apply – I popped it on, and took 20 minutes of me time, just relaxing on my bed, whilst the sheet mask worked its magic. I simply peeled off the mask, and massaged any excess serum into my skin. I was left with skin that felt refreshed, hydrated and glowing. What an absolute gem of a mask!
I have really enjoyed using both of these products, and my skin looks and feels so much healthier and more refreshed now. Both the scrub and sheet masks have now become part of my current skincare routine.
Have you tried any products from Procoal at all? What did you think? Let me know in the comments.
*I received these products in return for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own