ClarityRx Sleep It Off Mask

ClarityRx Sleep It Off Mask

By Linda B.

Like a Lady a particular crop (ahem), I’m beyond expect miracles. However, my quest for perfect skin is likely to accompany me to the grave. Considering my age and ambition, was keen to try the new ClarityRx mona Mask ($ 120 in the store).

The word “mask” is a misnomer here. Delete all images of the masks as you know. Mona is a rich cream liberally applied at bedtime after night cleaning – no other moisturizer required. the skin after application is heated, but the feeling goes away after a short time. The product is absorbed quickly, so no worries about it transfer pillowcases. Also appreciated :. There was no greasy residue on your face when I woke up

ClarityRx mona mask is advertised as an alternative to retinol. The instructions say to use it consecutively for twenty one nights. I take a short break (? Maybe a week) is recommended before restarting the cycle – and believe me, you will have to start the cycle! Ingredients read like the aisles of your local health food store: abstract blue green algae, B vitamins, amino acids, ginger and orange extracts, just to name a few. The heavy hits, however, is the acid glycolic cane sugar. Penetrates deeply into the skin to target fine lines, pigmentation and clogged pores all while sleeping.

This product definitely exceeded my expectations. My initial finding was a softer skin, followed by a more even tone. I freely admit to applying mona mask my neck and chest, too. The improvement was not even more pronounced, with the aforementioned straightening and evening tone. I have also noticed some reduction of minor wrinkles, especially on the upper lip.

Essentially, this worked as well or better than retinol without any irritation. Not only did I buy this product again, I am now anxious to try some of the other products ClarityRx. A solid 5 star to sleep off mask!

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