Review: The Sukin Hydrating Facial Masque

With the next 4 months proving to be rather colder temperature wise, I say now is the perfect time to amp up the hydration, inside and out with Sukin's Hydrating Masque.

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At last, the time has come: winter is upon us! And unfortunately for us Aussies down-under that means the thermostat is dropping and when that happens, the moisture barriers on our skin take a serious hit. The shivering coldness has my face feeling a lot dryer and tighter than it should, and with the next four months proving to be rather colder temperature wise, I say now is the perfect time to amp up the hydration, inside and out.

Meet Sukin’s Hydrating Masque

Just in time for this seemingly urgent need to restock on the H2O levels, I got to test out Sukin’s Hydrating Facial Masque. Let’s just say, the wow factor is real. After just one application, my skin felt so plump and replenished, I couldn’t keep my own hands away. With ingredients like rich mango seed, avocado oil and olive fruit, the abundance of vitamins and goodness applied to my face is nothing short of luxurious. Nothing like snuggling up on the couch, biodynamic red wine in hand and an all-natural, paraben-free face mask complete with Netflix indulgence (post-yoga, of course).

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Sukin Hydrating Facial Masque – shop HERE

If that doesn’t sound like a good excuse for a girls’ night, I don’t know what is. Tried, tested and true, I can’t help but look forward to my weekly in-house spa session. Sukin always seems to tick all the right natural skin care boxes, and it definitely doesn’t disappoint with this hydrating facial masque, including the natural enzymes in papaya and pineapple that give my skin that healthy glow. Whatever your skin type, Sukin’s Hydrating Masque is so gentle on the skin it will feel smooth as butter. Just apply, relax for 15 mins and rinse with warm water. All the more reason to plump up, replenish and embrace the coming winter months.

Simple and effective, I give it two hydrated thumbs up of approval.

Bxx

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As one of Australia’s leading fitness models and health bloggers, Bianca Cheah is a picture of glowing wellness. A businesswoman, entrepreneur, brand ambassador and one of the country's most high profile models, Bianca is a force to be reckoned with and is dedicated to sharing her wellness and health philosophy to Australia and the world. With a background in design, media and both the beauty and fitness industries, the Queensland-born beauty has spent the past decade becoming an authority on health, stylish living and wellbeing. Seeing a gap in the market for a stylish health and fitness site, Bianca launched a blog called Sporteluxe in December 2012 and in less than a year transformed it into the country's most innovative and exciting digital publication. Today as founder and Managing Director of Sporteluxe.com, Bianca is not only the face of Sporteluxe but oversees the strategy and direction, is the driving force behind the brand and has built the go-to site for everything luxe health, luxe fitness and luxe living and has now become a mini health empire for those who seek out inspiration daily. The Bianca Cheah empire continues to grow as she embarks on a number of exciting new collaborations, projects and business ventures in the beauty and health spheres.