Mud, Mud and MORE MUD from Borghese

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MUUUUUDDDD MASSSKKKSSS!! Ok, so do you know why I just yelled that? Because that is literally what I do every time I get to do a mud mask or some kind of mask. I love treating myself in little ways and I have found it so very important especially now that I am getting older, have kids, have a crazy busy job and have zero to little time for myself. Masks are my little time away from real time for myself.
On top of the fantastic makeup products that Borghese brings you, they also have these super luxurious masks as part of their Fango line. I am super excited to be showing you 4 of them today...but first, I am going to give you some details! Each of these come with two options of a 7 oz tube for $37.00 or 17.6 oz jar for $72.50. You always get free shipping with these. Now on to what exactly each of these babies do for my skin!
 First up is the Active Mud for Face and Body. So, I only tried this on my face so that is what I will be speaking about. I actually only tried all of these on my face so I don't know if would act any differently on my body  but that will have to be tested at a different time. Anyway.... This was a rich green mud that is designed to be the Borghese signature blend. It is made to clean out your pores, exfoliate your skin and achieve the purest clarity of your skin. It hydrates and firms reducing fine lines and providing smooth, toned texture. Infused with Sweet Almond and Avocado Oils, this mud detoxifies and does away with dull skin, leaving skin radiant and refreshed. I really liked this. It was easy to use and apply. It felt really nice when it was on and once I washed it off my face felt even better!
 Next is the Fango Delicato which is the mud for delicate skin. This is a more gentle version of the original Active Mud. It still cleanses and detoxifies but is made with Aloe Vera, Oat Protein and Mango Butter to help with sensitive skin.  Olive Fruit and Chamomile Extracts soothe and alleviate dryness, helping to restore soft, supple cushion and comfort. My skin isn't so sensitive but I did love the smell of this one. It was also easy to apply and my face still had that super clean feeling when I washed it all off.
 Next is the Fango Purificante purifying mud mask. This was designed by Borghese to "purify" and "illuminate" skin by purging the gunk. The gunk that I am referring to is pollutants, dirt, sebum, anything that is built up in your pores. The Purificante is made of natural acids and polyphenol-rich plant extracts that exfoliate, refine and minimize pores. Algal Earth helps smooth and resurface. Antioxidants and skin-soothing botanicals provide for clear, radiant and beautifully balanced skin. This was my favorite of all the muds I tried. I have such huge pores and anything that shrinks those babies down is the best in my book! I used this about twice a week and I DID notice quite a difference in my pore size.
 So, I also got this and it is labeled Active Mud so.... I am not sure if I used the one in the little tub for my face when it was supposed to be used on my face or vice versa. Either way, they both worked out great on my face. So... just an FYI. If you buy the hair mask and it gets on your face. Not to worry. I used it on my face as a mask and it actually worked as a mask!
Here's just some goofy pictures of my actually using the Purificante. Overall, I really loved all of these. Again, Borghese is a little pricey but the price is totally worth the product you are getting. They have super high quality ingredients, packaging and overall product. What they put into the product is always what you get. So....yes, you are paying a little bit of money but you are getting a really great product! 

Have you tried anything from Borghese, yet? If not, which one of these face masks do you think you would try? Which one of my faces do you think is the best? JK... I just wanted to see if anyone actually reads these questions. lol!


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