Beauty Product of the Week: Go-To Repair Shop mask
A nourishing facial mask to add to your Sunday self-care night no matter your skin type.
In the saturated world of skincare, a no BS product goes a long way with me. That's why I was thrilled to find out that Aussie icon Zoë Foster Blake and her team at Go-To Skincare have created a one-stop shop skincare mask that works with all skin types. Go-To's The Repair Shop is a nourishing facial mask that promises to plump, soften and replenish your skin.
About the product
If your complexion is feeling a little thirsty, dull and in need of some TLC, Go-To's The Repair Shop mask will cure what ails ya. The mask contains a cocktail of ingredients, but there are 3 main heroes at work here. Firstly, ceramide NS strengthens the skin's barrier and its ability to retain water. Doubling down on hydration is the sodium hyaluronate. This is the salt form of hyaluronic acid that'll lock in water and balance hydration. Lastly we've got panthenol (also known as pro-vitamin B5) which is super soothing and, you guessed it, hydrating.
This mask is best suited to your PM routine and should be used 1–2 times a week. So consider your Sunday self-care night sorted, doll.
Go-To Repair Shop mask | $50
I've been using the Repair Shop Mask every Sunday night for the last 4 weeks. After cleansing and drying my face, I apply a very generous layer of the mask all over the skin. It's a thick, creamy texture that immediately feels very soothing.
After around 15 minutes of scrolling on TikTok, I use a warm wash cloth to remove the mask, which comes off pretty easily. This mask really does what it says on the tin. Immediately my skin feels plumper, looks dewier and feels as soft as a baby's bot. I also noticed that my skin looks less dull and dry the following morning as well.
My skin is quite dry, so I definitely benefit from the water-drawing humectants at work in this mask. If your skin is on the damaged or on the mature side, it'll will lurve you for reparative avocado oil, vitamin E and ceramides in the ingredients list as well. Did you know that oily skin can still be dehydrated? Yep. So if you're on the oilier side, this product can help balance your moisture and barrier levels long term.
If you're a fan of Go-To's The Removalist mask, you can pop that on first followed by the Repair Shop mask for a detoxifying and nourishing facial. Follow on with your serums (we also vibe the Go-To Much Plumper serum), oils and creams to lock everything in.
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I'm officially obsessed with Go-To's The Repair Shop mask. It's super easy to work into your weekly skincare routine and the results truly speak for themselves. $50 is a little pricy for a facial mask, but a little goes a long way and the results make it worth every penny.
Where can I buy it?
If you want to browse some more masks, check out our guide to facial masks for every skin type.
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