If you thought face masks could only be used on your face, think again.
As an avid user of facial masks, I myself thought I knew everything there was to know about the sheets that help hydrate skin, smooth fine lines, slough away dead cells and unclog pores. However, I was wrong.
The ladies over at Cosmopolitan keep up with Kendall Jenner through her app, where the 21-year-old model’s makeup artist Mary Phillips shared the most genius thing I had ever heard. She recommended rubbing the leftover serum from your face mask onto your neck and chest, treating the rest of your body to whatever treatment your face is enjoying ad helping beat the effects of aging, too.
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While many face masks have already suggest rubbing in whatever doesn’t make it on your face elsewhere – it didn’t really don on me why exactly one would do such a thing. So, if your mask cleans deep down in your pores and gently exfoliates the skin, it wouldn’t hurt to test it out on your chest and back if you’re prone to acne in those areas, too. Honestly, this method is the gift that keeps on giving as you’ll no longer waste product and get more bang for your buck.
Happy face-masking, or shall we say body-masking?