There is an overwhelming number of choices when you’re contemplating purchasing skincare products, and facial care products are no exception. Below is a comparison between two beneficial and somewhat similar facial masks. Yves Rocher Energizing Mask with peppermint extract and Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque are both invigorating and refreshing, but below you’ll learn more specifics about both of these products.
Yves Rocher is a European company that sells botanical skincare products and cosmetics. Yves Rocher offers a wide variety of products including shampoo, dermaroller amazon, shower gel, bath beads, and even a baby line of skincare products. Yves Rocher facial products offer incredible quality for their price. Just stop by any department store and you’ll clearly see just how expensive facial products can be. If you visit Yves Rocher online, you’ll likely be surprised at how affordable botanical skincare products can be. Yves Rocher offers a three-minute Energizing Mask with peppermint extract. The smell of peppermint alone is enough to keep this product stocked in my makeup cabinet, but the real convenience is that the mask only needs to be left on your skin for three minutes. If you desire convenience just as much as trying to mimic a spa experience at home, then this mask is for you.
Yves Rocher Energizing Mask with peppermint extract is available either via an online or phone order. They do have a few stores in North America, but not very many. You should never have to pay full price for any Yves Rocher product because this company always has rotating specials. Wait for a buy-one-get-one-free sale, and you can get two 1.7-ounce masks for $7.50. As an added bonus, because their products are botanical-based, many of their products are also vegan. If buying vegan products is a concern for you, then you might want to call Yves Rocher directly and inquire about their policies and source of ingredients.
If you’re hooked on the idea of facial products containing mint but you don’t want to wait for a shipment to arrive at your home, then Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque might be a better choice for you. Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque is really a classic acne-fighting facial product. This mask has to be left on for about ten to fifteen minutes so it definitely is more time consuming than the three-minute facial mask by Yves Rocher.
I’m twenty-nine and yet I still find myself needing acne-fighting masks on occasion. I have crystal clear skin when I eat a vegan diet, but any time I resort to an unhealthy diet, I do have to deal with some skin issues. Thanks to my Mediterranean ancestry, I’ll probably always have to deal with some degree of oiliness, particularly in the summer months, so I have an ongoing need for facial masks.
Whether or not you are using Queen Helene Mint Julep, Yves Rocher Energizing Mask with peppermint extract, or any other facial mask, the key is to not overuse the product. Limit your use of any facial mask, particularly one that contains acne-fighting ingredients to just twice a week. On occasion you can also leave a facial mask on for a longer period of time than recommended such as thirty minutes. If you use a facial mask while soaking in the tub you can avoid wasting unnecessary time by accomplishing two tasks simultaneously.
One main advantage of Queen Helene’s Mint Julep Masque is that it is widely available at drug and discount stores nationwide. I bought a 12-ounce container of it at Sally Beauty Supply, and pharmacies such as CVS and Walgreens also carry it. The Yves Rocher Energizing Mask with peppermint extract rinses away using much less water than the Queen Helene Mint Julep Masque, and it will leave your skin feeling incredibly soft.