Favorite products part II: NIOD’s flavanone mud mask

NIOD's flavanone mud mask

After trying The Ordinary‘s colour foundation a few weeks ago (read here) I thought I’llΒ  review some other products I used from their sister brand NIOD (they are both owned by DECIEM).

NIOD’s flavanone mud mask

What should I say? I’m a lazy person, if I find something that works without me doing hardly anything, I’m happy πŸ™‚ NIOD’s flavanone mud mask does just that. I have very dry skin and if I’m stressed, my skin is too. But thanks to this mud mask its all history ❀

So here’s how it works: in the beginning I applied it once every day for 5 days in a row. Then I started cutting it down to once a week. You can instantly feel and see the difference, which is perfect because I don’t have the patience to wait for 3 months to potentially spot a difference. Another plus: the mask doesn’t disrupt the skin’s surface or its density!

You apply a very thin layer of the mask to your entire (dry and clean) face and leave out the lower and upper eyelids. Simply leave it on for 10 minutes and then rinse off with warm water. Tadaa! It’s a bit of a stingy feeling after using it, somewhat even uncomfortable but its instantly gone if you use The Ordinary’s Plant derived squalane afterwards.

List of Ingredients. Photo Credit: Author.
List of Ingredients. Photo Credit: Author.

So I got the 100ml tube which goes for €45.60. There is a 50ml version bit with €35 its smarter to get the bigger version. Does sound a bit pricey at first but you can use it up to 36 times so you’re bascially covered for at least 6 months (depending on how much you use).

If you ge the the 100% Plant Derived Squalane Serum with it, it works really well. The Serum is only €7.20 (!) and is perfect for dry skin.

But I’m gonna review the serum along with other The Ordinary products soon! I also got these products:

So stay tuned on what’s to come! πŸ™‚ What’s your favorite product or line by DECIEM?

NIOD's flavanone mud mask
NIOD’s flavanone mud mask. Photo Credit: Author.

PS: The Estee Lauder Company recently bought small shares from DECIEM, which I find really upsetting as they test on animals to sell their products in China. DECIEM said nothing will change and they will continue to not test on animals and won’t raise prices, so we have to see how that is going to turn out…

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