Healthy glowing skin is every college girl’s best accessory. Although, with masks becoming the new norm, it has made it increasingly difficult to obtain healthy glowing skin. Since Christmas is just a few weeks away, I’ve created a gift guide of things that will help bring back that glow and get rid of the “maskne” that has resulted from wearing masks.
A stylish collection of headbands to secure your hair while adding a dash of fun to your skincare routine. I love using these when washing my face and applying facemasks to tame my baby-hairs from going all over the place.
Yes, this is a bit extra, but I wholeheartedly love my skincare mini-fridge, it makes all your products feel more refreshing and work so much better! It’s so cute, comes in a variety of colors, and is perfect for keeping all your toners, serums, masks, and eye products cold. Not only does it help to extend the shelf life of the products, but it also helps the cold products reduce inflammation from acne and tighten the skin.
Icing your skin gives you such a smooth, radiant look. Much like the fridge, it helps with acne inflammation and tightens the pores, actually priming your skin for foundation! This product is a fave of mine not only for depuffing, but it also feels amazing on sore muscles!
This is a glass wand filled with gas that emits currents of electricity designed to enhance cell turnover and collagen production. I love using this on myself to spot treat particular areas that are really inflamed or just need some more attention.
This roller is composed of 24 massaging stones that replicate the massage techniques used in spa facials. Unlike the ice roller, it is easily portable, making it perfect for taking on trips. I love using this in the mornings when I look especially puffy, because it creates such a dramatic difference, especially when it is cold!
Other than its resemblance to Jason’s mask from Friday the 13th, this mask has three LED light color treatment settings for anti-aging, acne-fighting, and revitalizing. It is recommended to use 2 to 3 times a week as the last step of your skincare routine.
This is a more affordable option for treating acne than the light therapy mask. However, it is better suited to treat small breakouts because the pen’s surface area is tiny.
These inexpensive silicone mask brushes are reusable and perfect for applying mud, clay, or charcoal face masks, they are easy to clean and to travel with.
Out of all the ‘acne dots’ I’ve tried, these patches are the best! They work overtime to gently absorb excess fluids from the pimple while also speeding up the healing time and concealing the pimple discreetly.