Energy Intentions

Song: Dark Places by GANZ, Muki

If my house were to catch on fire and I could only save 5 things, they would be…

1.   My laptop

2.   My Phone

3.   Coco (My precious doggie J.)

4.   Brown Fendi Purse

5.   My box full of skincare items (Can you tell I am a skincare maniac?)

My day tends to be filled with meeting, errands, classes, and work back to back. So, nights are a great time for me to wind down. Don’t get me wrong, my nights are still filled with homework but I manage to relax with a hot cup of orange tea without sugar, and a fresh face mask. I may not be an expert beauty guru but when it comes to skincare, I have my facts straight.

 

This brings me to my recent collaboration with the skincare brand, Energy Intentions™. The company offers non-toxic, natural products which work wonders. I cannot begin to express how pleased I am with the products from energy intentions.

One of the products that needs the spotlight from this brand is their surface toxin-drawing mask. When I preach that this mask works wonders, I truly mean it. It is packed with active charcoal, calcium bentonite clay, papain powder, peppermint oil, lemongrass oil, vitamin E oil, and good ole vibes. That’s it. There are no extra chemicals, preservatives, and/or fragrances. So plain, so simple, and I love it.

When I first received this product, I was a little confused at the fact that it was only half-way filled with black powder. With further investigation, I came to find out the half empty portion lets me decide the consistency of the face mask.

 

I personally prefer thicker face masks over the ones that are more liquid. It’s refreshing to have control over the product. Prior to applying it to my face, I exfoliate my skin with an exfoliating sponge. There is an option of applying the mask to a targeted area but why not the whole face?

Overall, it takes 10-20 minutes to dry and it's ready to be washed off. The mask will start drying and cracking on the face. During the drying process, I did feel my face warm up a bit but that is normal a reaction from the activated charcoal in the mask. Removing charcoal masks are a hassle, but nothing compared to the case that went viral on twitter last week. Check out the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0zrso7ztS0

This mask can be removed using water and/or soap and water. It can potentially get everywhere but wrapping a small towel around your neck will help contain the mess.

Afterthoughts?

Well DAMN! My skin feels like a baby’s but. My face stayed a little warm for about two minutes after removing the mask but cooled down soon after. With use, my pores have shrunk and there is a noticeable decrease in the number of spots I get.

 

A Via Flair Approval??

Yes! Yes! Yes! also use coupon code " Flair20  " for 20% off for your purchase!

Go give it a peep at their website at  http://www.energyintention.com and their Instagram @energy_intention

Also thank you Adam for this opportunity to collaborate. You are wonderful with a free soul and a fascinating mind.

P.S

To all of you in college, I will keep you in my prayers for the fiasco that is about to occur with midterms just around the corner. Put on this face mask and relax for the calm before the storm.