Peel Off Mask is Good For Dry Skin

Jackie Silver and I are so fortunate to know Jackie Lee, co-founder of Grand Central Beauty. Not only did we enjoy her on our recent Ageless Sisters Blog Talk radio showbut we had the opportunity to film with her in NY. The S.M.A.R.T. mask is hydrating and it provides immediate benefit to parched, dehydrated skin. It’s affordably priced and we know you will love it as much as we do!

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Facial cleansing includes a good beauty mask.

BY: JACKIE SILVER

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Even if you have oily, normal or combination skin, harsh winter temperatures, winds and indoor heating can cause dry “alligator” skin for just about anybody. That’s where a peel off mask can help – it’s good for dry skin – and a new company called Grand Central Beauty has stepped in to bring you its dry skin solution mask.

Grand Central Beauty’s S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting Mask is a clinically tested, 15-minute weekly or occasional-use peel off treatment that doesn’t conflict with your daily routine.

S.M.A.R.T. stands for:

Smooths – nourishing seaweed extracts makes skin feel softer and visibly smoother.

Moisturizes– vitamin infused, exclusive water-activated formula provides immediate skin hydration and up to 24-hour moisture retention.

Anti-aging– clinically tested natural marine algae proven to detoxify skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, making skin look up to six years younger.

Redness-reduction– soothing botanicals help to brighten skin and visibly reduce signs of skin redness.

Tones– mineral-rich marine powders help to refine pores and draw out black heads while adding suppleness to skin, improving both tone and elasticity.

Click to read full article: http://style.lifegoesstrong.com/article/peel-mask-good-dry-skin

VIDEO:  The Ageless Sisters & Jackie Lee demonstrates how to use Grand Central Beauty’s S.M.A.R.T. Skin Perfecting Mask

Cynthia Rowland - Facial Fitness Expert
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