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Code SC You’ll Need Your Halloween Mask-Pumpkin Exfoliating Mask

March 23, 2011

Ok Guys, this is the post I’ve been talking about. You’ve dipped your toes into finer skin care, and learned to think outside of the basics box, and learned about moisturizers and eye creams. Now. Lets take it a step further. Exfoliating and face masks. As soon as I said face masks you probably got a little scared. Its not girly I swear. Its one of the best things you can do for your face.  This is a fantastic exfoliating mask from Code SC. A man made mens line. It improves clarity and texture, diminishes appearance of lines (yes, you have them), hydrates and reveals dewy skin. That doesn’t mean girly, it just means fresh.

Now just because its a mens line doesn’t mean woman can’t use it, or won’t. Guys, you know the whole you using our stuff and denying it,….paybacks darlin’. Woman love this just as much as men do. I’ve been using it over the course of the last month and its fantastic. My favorite thing that it does, is hydrate my oily, yet, flaky skin. It sorts it all out.

  • Orange Peel Powder: Used for exfoliation and its refreshing natural scent. It is one of the best natural acne remedies.
  • Papaya: It is an excellent free radical scavenger and cellular renewal ingredient that has the ability to digest proteins (exfoliate) selecting only the dead skin cells without harming the living ones.
  • Pumpkin: Its enzymes make it a safe and effective exfoliator— an excellent alternative to harsh chemical peels. Contains phytonutrients, minerals, enzymes, and vitamins that infuse the skin with important elements for cellular rejuvenation and also strengthen weakened skin structures.
  • Avocado Seed Oil: As good for your skin as it is for your body. Rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B5, D, and E, amino acids (palmitic. stearic, oleic and linoleic), protein, lecithin, and essential fatty acids. As an antioxidant, it imparts a natural UV protection, thereby mitigating the effects of photoaging of the skin. It has excellent penetrating and skin softening actions, similar to lanolin but without the allergenicity.

Now, I won’t lie, when you open the jar, this product slightly resembles baby jarred squash, and its has the same sort of consistency. But I beg you to give you a chance. It feels absolutely amazing when you put it on. Its cooling, and soothing. And whatever issues your skin had before you put it on, they will be gone when you take it off.

To Use: To use, Apply a thick layer to clean, damp skin. Avoid eye area. Leave on for 10 minutes. Remove thoroughly with lukewarm water, massaging in circular motions as you remove it. Use 2 to 3 times per week or as needed.

This has been a great once a week, sometimes twice face mask to help sort out my skin issues. It helps with my acne, and it helps sort of flakiness. You can also follow this mask with Code SC’s Start Slinging Mud Blemish Clearing Mud Mask, for extra blemish control, and detoxing. I highly recommend this mask. I recommend using a foundation brush or some sort of flat brush, as I do with all face masks. Think of it as painting your face, and who doesn’t love to paint?

Code SC products are available on their website online. Or you can check their Retailer Pages for more locations.

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This product was sent to me for review purposes at Eat.Sleep.Beauty., this in no way effects the review outcome. The opinions are my own.

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  1. June 28, 2017 1:25 pm

    Very nice blog post. I absolutely appreciate this site. Continue the good work!

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