NATIO – Clay & plant face mask and Hydrating face mask – REVIEW

Hi 🙂 🙂

I am in New Zealand at the moment. As to why I am reblogging so late. Today’s post is about two face masks by Natio.

I love to use these face masks weekly, by applying one face masks once a week. Usually on a Sunday ❤ ❤

I am super tired at the moment from travelling on the train, then the flight from Sydney to Wellington, and then the car drive from Wellington to my home city Palmerston North.

I have many things to do tomorrow. Yay for spending time with my family. Boooooo that I still have to study while I am here, that is the student life though haha.

Ok, I am going to sleep now. Time-zone in New Zealand is 2 hours earlier than Sydney, Australia. In Sydney it would be 7.50 pm and now in New Zealand it is 9.50 pm.

Thank so much for reading. Have a great day!


Capili Jiron x x

Artist by Beauty

Face masks are my favourite type of skin products to use. I just love the feeling of putting on a face mask, relaxing as it sets, and then seeing the results.

My favourite type of face masks are the ones that contain clay or mud. They always leave my skin feeling soft and smooth. I use a face mask one to two times each week.

I purchased the following face masks from Priceline, along with other great skincare products by Natio (see Natio haul here). I have been using Natio products for many years. They are an Australian owned company who make lovely cosmetic and skincare products made in Australia.

post-18-nov-2016-pic-5Here are my thoughts:

Natio – Ageless Hydrating Mask – This product retails for $18.95 AUD. The size is 100g. The scent is very lovely. It contains: organic rosehip oil, and vitamin C. This face mask is to make the skin: firm…

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