Perfectly Posh Calling All Fairies Face Mask Review

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November 29, 2015
Perfectly Posh by Nicole Calling All Fairies

As both an Independent Consultant of Perfectly Posh and a blogger, I am reviewing our products and posting them on my blog for the purpose of sharing my honest experiences with them. My opinions are 100% honest and truthful. If you have any questions about our products, I would be more than happy to answer them.

Calling All FairiesOur Calling All Fairies face mask is another one of those consultant-exclusive products. It is (and almost was, since it’s almost December) November 2015’s incentive for new consultants. Brand new consultants will get it in their kit this month for joining my Posh team, and I will also be given one.

Calling All Fairies is an exfoliating glycolic face mask with cranberry and raspberry essential oils. I normally use it when I feel a breakout coming on or when I feel like my skin could use a nice clean, like after a workout. It’s like…the fairies keep away my skin problems. :) You apply a thin layer to clean skin on your face and neck and let it set for about 5-10 minutes. There was no burn for me with this face mask. Once your time is up, rinse with warm water and moisturize after. I love the way my skin feels after rinsing off the mask. Especially once I follow up with one of our best selling products, our Moisturize 911 (M911) face creme.
 


 
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  1. Aw, I wish this was available to customers. This would be a mask that I’d love — not only because of the scent, but because of all the good it could do for the skin.

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