Free shipping on all orders over $39

Video how to with Tilvee's face mask

Is a Solution for:
Dull Skin, Oily Skin
Reviewed by Marta February 17, 2011 5 Comments
Imagine an orchard of exotic fruit, packed with antioxidants and other good things. Wouldn’t you love to just crush it all and rub the goodness into your skin. Well, Tilvee has somehow magically transformed a mouth watering fruit salad into powder form and put it into a tub. All you do is add a drop of water and make a paste. Well, that’s if you are in a hurry and not feeling creative. On the other hand….. the great thing about Tilvee’s Acai Pomegranate Rejuvenating Masque ($24 and now in the TIA shop), is that you can have fun mixing it with other ingredients from your bathroom cabinet or even your fridge. Here’s a video to get you inspired.



Check out more TIA videos on our YouTube channel!
  • April 28, 2011

    by Stephanie

    I had the same thought, so I was EXTREMELY careful when I removed the mask. Yesterday's use was my 2nd attempt and I just LOVE this mask. Today, my skin looks incredible- just perfect. So glad you found this.

  • April 26, 2011

    by Marta

    Hi Stephanie, my first thought was removing the mask might be a problem - dragging at the delicate skin there. But it sounds from your experience that done carefully that isn't a problem and a touch of eye cream helps. I'm going to give it a try!

  • April 26, 2011

    by Stephanie

    Marta,
    What are your thoughts on using the tilvee mask on your eyelids, and under your lower lashes?

    Most masks say to steer clear- but I think these areas could really use the antioxidants from the mask.

    I've mixed the mask with the La Vie Celeste eye cream, and YBF Concentrate- I was very careful with application and removal- and I think it makes the area look less crepey, the bags are diminished, and a few other good things.

  • February 18, 2011

    by L

    Very professionally done. Good for you Marta!
    Great video! Looking forward to more.
    L

  • February 17, 2011

    by Dennis

    And here I thought I was the only clever one mixing my powder mix with a toner. I have a european clay powder that I mix with Humphreys Lilac toner - it is filled with goodies such as hyaluronic acid & green, black, and red tea's!

    Excellent vid and ideas, Marta!

You are leaving a comment on below...

My review

Reviewing >

8+5=
-or- Cancel my review
* Required Fields
truth in aging's five best

Truth In Aging's Five Best

The very best to choose from for your skin concerns.

Read More

truth in aging videos

Truth In Aging Videos

Helpful how-tos and reviews from Marta and friends.

Watch Now

meet our contributors

Meet Our Contributors

The TIA community consists of our trusted reviewers.

Meet Them

be inspired

Be Inspired

Inspiring thoughts and women who are aging gracefully.

Read More

  Loading...