If we’ve learned anything in 2020, it’s that self-care isn’t a nice-to-have, it’s a must. And that extends to how we take care of our skin as well. When we feel good outside, we feel good inside (and vise versa), and there’s just something magical about taking the time to pamper ourselves with a good skincare routine.
As the weather gets colder and many of us are still stuck inside, the combination of dry air and AC can wreak havoc on dry, sensitive skin. Flakiness, redness, and irritated, chapped skin can all make the holiday season much less enjoyable, but thankfully just incorporating a couple different products into your skincare lineup can stop sad, winter skin in its tracks.
One of our favorite treatments for nourished, hydrated skin is our Illuminating Gold Mask. Made with a powerful blend of colloidal gold, silver, and our signature Nitrodi thermal water, it’s the perfect treatment to breathe new life into tired skin.
The skincare benefits of gold
As it turns out, gold isn’t just pretty to look at. When used in skincare, gold can provide both anti-aging and anti-inflammatory benefits. Seeing that inflammation is often a key cause of acne and hyperpigmentation, making your routine a little more gilded could come with some serious skin benefits.
Along with skin-loving gold particles, our Illuminating Gold Mask packs a punch with camel milk and thermal spring water, both ingredients that fight signs of aging, free radicals, and help skin retain moisture.
How to use the D’Isolana Illuminating Gold Mask
Ready to add a little more radiance to your skincare routine? Turns out all you need is 5 minutes to experience the skin benefits of gold. Start off by applying the Illuminating Gold Mask to a dry face and neck. Gently massage in, and leave on for 5-10 minutes. During that time, the mask will change colors from gold to bright white. Once your timer is up, go ahead and rinse off and pat dry. Follow up with your favorite moisturizer, and use up to three times a week!
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