With Valentine’s Day coming soon, everyone’s thoughts turn to…no, not rose, but CHOCOLATE! The heavenly aroma, the exquisite taste…but oh, the calories! This year, skip the candy (well, okay, have a bar or two) and try some products that are good for your skin instead.
You may have heard that chocolate can be a cause of skin problems, but this decadent ingredient actually can be found in skin exfoliators and polishers, as well as in facial masks. It can be used effectively by most skin types – and did we mention that it smells fantastic? Some of our favorite chocolate-based products are listed below.
Glymed Plus Chocolate Power Skin Rescue Mask
This decadent treatment makes skin soft, supple and more youthful-looking. The formula is enriched with powerful trio of cocoa, resveratrol and acai berry, which helps combat free radicals and boosts the skin’s natural ability to heal and repair itself. Perfect for all skin types.
Eminence Organics Chocolate Mousse Hydration Mask
Calorie-free, yet still delectable, this mousse will hydrate your skin and pump up collagen formation. Apply evenly over face, sit back and savor the cocoa scent for 5-10 minutes, then rinse off for firmer, plumper skin. This mask is best for normal to dry skin types.
Karin Herzog Trio of Chocolate Skin Treats (Limited Time Offer – 30% off)
Looking for a perfect gift for that special girlfriend? No one can resist these chocolate beauty buys!
Karin Herzog Finest Chocolate Cleansing Gel
Make cleansing fun with the amazing aroma of this gel. The oil-based formula melts away makeup, dirt and pollution, leaving skin clean, soft and smelling heavenly.
Karin Herzog Chocolate Comfort Cream
Silky smooth and rich with the benefits of cocoa (Vitamins 1, B1, C, D and E, plus iron, calcium and potassium), this rich cream moisturizes, soothes and softens skin’s outer layers.
Karin Herzog Chocolate Lip Balm
Lips love this nourishing balm. It smoothes and moisturizers even the driest lips.
So this Valentine’s Day, don’t be afraid to enjoy a little indulgence. After all, ‘ chocolate doesn’t make the world go round, but it surely makes the ride worthwhile!’ (author unknown).