#BeautyMinute: Shower Masking

It is time for another #BeautyMinute, and it is about face masking. 

I believe I adore face masks because they are so indulgent. If you are a deep cleansing clay mask kind of girl or an overnight hydrating gel formula kind of girl, there is no better way to give your face a boost when it needs it than devoting 20 to 30 minutes to a luxurious face mask. 

Today I am sharing my shower masking technique. There is a bit of laziness involved here, but it is a heck of a time saver. 

What is Shower Masking:

Shower masking is when you apply a mask to your face right before getting in the shower and washing it off at the very end.

Why Shower Mask + Best type of Masks to use:

The truth is, I know many women who hate indulging in face masks. Some believe it is a time-waster, while others believe it is a messy process.

Shower masking solves both of these minor issues. But it does way more than that.

It helps combat dryness or facial tightness I can sometimes feel after a clay mask. Usually, after a clay mask, my face feels tight.  However, when I shower mask with my clay mask, my face is subtle and soft. I get all of the benefits my skin loves.

It helps with the dehydration my face can sometimes feel after a warm shower. My Hydrating face mask acts as a protective layer and minimizes that dehydration I can experience. 

I believe I have this down to a science. The best face masks for shower masking are clay and hydrating masks. I have tried other types of face masks. But I did not have much success with oils and heavier moisturizing masks. 

Should you Shower Mask:

Like I have always said it does not matter who is telling you to do what, the final decision is yours. This is optional. You decide whether or not this is something you would like to try.

Three of my Favorite Masks for Showering Mask:


First Aid Beauty: Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask


Glow Recipe: Watermelon Glow Hyaluronic Clay Pore-TightFacial Mask



Youth To The People: Superclay Purify + Clear Power Mask with Niacinamide

Comment below: will you try shower masking?


Nat C.


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