Skincare review: Patchology masks and treatments

Aug 10, 2018Beauty, Style

During my trip in Mexico, after weeks of sun damage, I took a resolution to take better care of my skin. And rather than hide behind CC creams, and makeup I prefer working on my skin inside and out. Because, skincare first starts in your plate. I notice a huge difference when I derive from my healthy eating habits (i.e during travel). That’s why I’ve been trying new brands here and there, all cruelty-free and without harmful chemicals. Today let me introduce Patchology.

Efficient formulas, light textures, a subtle scent and a beautiful pastel packaging. That’s what I love in Patchology.

Patchology was founded over ten years ago, the founding team began developing innovative patch technologies for the medical field. Today, they are expanding the expertise in ingredient delivery to create products that do more, work faster, and deliver better results.

If like me, you want to take better care of your skin but you don’t want to spend hours doing it this is the brand for you. They even have an “On Fly Kit”, and putting a sheet mask on the plane became my favourite moment to treat my skin. Especially that planes tend to dehydrate the skin so much. I listed it as one of my favourite things to do on a long flight: How to pass the time on a long flight?

Here are the skincare products that I tried

My favourite, that I use every single day is the Aquaflash daily gel moisturiser. The light gel texture leaves the skin hydrated but not greasy, and it’s very agreeable to apply. The sheet masks both leave the skin feeling drenched and soothed: Hydrate & Soothe. I love how fun is the Wink and Kiss kit to apply, with the gel leave-on patches. And finally as a 90’s kid, I’m completely on board with the gloss, it reminds me of this (I used to collect them). In addition to nourishing the skin and having a sweet taste. I love wearing it on the beach for a natural wet look.

You can find Patchology products at any of your favourite retailer’s shop: Urban outfitters, Free People.. But the only ones who have the complete lines are Revolve and Nordstorm.

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This article is sponsored by Patchology, but all opinions are my own.

xo xo Dalal
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