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Product review: This unique CO2 Lift Mask hydrates skin 117 percent! You can find it at Fringe Salon.


By ALEXIS ROCHESTER

 

As a chemist, I like to research products, then test them on myself to see how they actually work. It’s even better when I can test something you can purchase in Stephenville.

 

I just finished testing an incredibly unique carboxy gel mask, a treatment you can do in the comfort of your own home.

 


 This CO2 Lift Mask can be found at Fringe Salon, which carries a three-mask treatment, which is one mask for three weeks, or a single mask.

 

The components of this mask are minimal, but the science behind how it works is extraordinary.

 

This carboxy gel brings 117% hydration to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, decrease pores and dark circles and brighten skin.

 


 Once you apply the gel to your skin and allow it to sit for 45 minutes, the gel displaces oxygen off of hemoglobin, which enhances oxygen delivery to the skin and promotes blood flow.

 

When you peel off the mask, you will see bright, tight and deeply hydrated skin. It almost looks like you got Botox!

 

I did the three-mask treatment; one mask per week for three weeks.

 


 My skin was very dry and I had just had an eczema outbreak, so I still had redness around my eyes and forehead. After using the mask, my skin was so hydrated and it soothed all the redness from my eczema.

 

My skin was bright, hydrated and elastic after each use.

 

The results will last for weeks, then you can do maintenance using one mask per month.

 

Feel free to join my private skincare group on Facebook.

 


Alexis Rochester is an investigative chemist, blogger and founder of Chemistry Cachet. She shares science-based skin care, cleaning, gardening and health tips. She was diagnosed with RA at age 10, so she has a passion for pain management tips and research, along with sharing her journey through this disease. When she’s not writing for Chemistry Cachet, she is taking Pilates or Barre classes, and also received her Barre teaching certification this year! She grew up in Stephenville and recently moved back with her daughter, husband and bulldog. You can find her posting pictures and fun stories daily on Instagram. Also look for Chemistry Cachet on FacebookPinterestTwitter and LinkedIn.



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