resurfacing mask


I feel like countless beauty bloggers have sung the praises of Tata Harper’s Resurfacing Mask but after using it, I have to join them. It’s different from any other mask in my (extensive) collection for a couple of reasons. Most masks I like to do before bed (or while showering, thanks to this tip from The Zoe Report) so my skin has ample time to soak up all the wonderful ingredients.

The Resurfacing Mask, though, is best to use when you have a little extra time to get ready before an event or a date or an anything. You leave it on for about 30 minutes and rinse it off for a seriously brighter, smoother complexion. It’s jelly-like formula goes on pretty invisibly and doesn’t sting or feel tight. I like to follow it with a moisturizer like the Magic Cream and then do my makeup.