Okay. Officially obsessed with Formula 10.0.6. No, this is not an ad.
Whenever I go to Ulta to pick up one item, I end up leaving with upwards of 5. Self control is obviously not my strong suit. I have gone through my sheet face masks fairly quickly, and now I'm onto finding my new skincare obsession.
Introducing Formula 10.0.6. It's an affordable skin care brand sold exclusively at Ulta. Having gone through a complete branding relaunch in 2009, 10.0.6 is now identifiably bright and bold. Like how cute is the packaging? Every product has its own color, which I absolutely love.
I first tried Get Your Glow On, which (as shown above) is a "Skin Brightening Peel Mask" with Papaya and Citrus. I have normal skin that's on the drier side, with very little breakouts, so I don't mind trying different products (without fear that they'll wreak havoc on my skin). This product promises to boost radiance, which is always something I look for in a mask. I much prefer brightening skincare products!
I love peel masks, especially for brightening or detoxifying, because I honestly feel like they remove everything bad from your skin. I apply a thin layer of the mask (which really is just a gel) all over my face, and wait 20-30 minutes before peeling off. You're really only supposed to have it on for a few minutes, but I like to let it really soak in.
Added bonus: 10.0.6 products smell so good.
Recently I bought the Be Berry Clear Illuminating Peel Mask (another brightening product) and One Smooth Operator Pore Clearing Face Scrub. I have been in need of a good exfoliant (besides my Clarisonic), and I like ones that are on the grittier side. This product has zinc, oats, and pumice to draw out impurities and prep your skin so you have a nice, smooth base.
Another added bonus of Formula 10.0.6. is that they're so cheap. $7 for each product! And, last time I went to Ulta, there was a buy one, get one 50% special for their products, further instigating my Ulta shopping addiction.
Have y'all used 10.0.6 before? What is the next skincare product I should try?