What is Rainbow Masking?! MemeBox BonVivant Jelly Clay Mask Review
It’s been a while since I reviewed a new beauty product, so I figured it would be the perfect time to introduce this new trend of “Rainbow Masking.” I’ve come to recognize that a one-mask-fits-all approach isn’t really working for me anymore. I would end up spot treating my oil zones only to have to follow up with a sheet mask for my dry areas, doubling the amount of time I would spend masking. With Rainbow Masking, you cater to all the different personalities of your skin at once!
Rainbow Masking can be done with any combination of masks that you likely already have in your medicine cabinet! Just make sure the masks you use are all treating specific areas, and not 3 different types of charcoal masks or hydrating masks. In the video, I am using the Bonvivant Kit from MemeBox. This kit includes: 1 cat or bear headband, 1 silicon brush for application, 1 Hawaiian Pink Calamine Mask, 1 Mint Tea Tree Mask, and 1 Jeju Volcanic Mask.
MemeBox says: “The Pink Calamine mask calms and relieves red, dry, and flaky skin, thanks to its star ingredient Calamine that treats even sunburns and rashes. This calming mask also hydrates while detoxing skin, so you’re left with clean, moisturized, and supple skin.
Mint Tea Tree: The Mint Tea Tree mask treats troubled and oily skin, removing dead skin cells and absorbing excess sebum with its Tea Tree Oil. It also tightens enlarged pores and cools skin with a refreshing sensation, leaving you shining radiantly in a non-greasy way.
Jeju Volcanic: The Jeju Volcanic mask stars exotic ingredients from Jeju volcanoes to dig out deep-seated dirt, debris, and oil from pores. It also controls excess sebum production, leaving you with clear, radiant, and naturally dewy skin. Plus, it’s the mildest of the three in this line, so it’s perfect for sensitive and blackhead-prone skin.”
(Some of these items have been sent to me for review, however, all opinions and words are my own)0