Why is a bio cellulose sheet mask better than other skin care treatments?

By: bmbAdmin | 6 Jan 2016

Bio cellulose can retain 100 times its dry weight in fluid – and after a 30-minute application, the bio cellulose fabric loses less than 10% of its fluid (water and serum). A bio cellulose mask also fits like a second skin, meaning that the skin care ingredients infused in the mask are in constant contact with your skin, every curve and contour is continually soaking in the treatment.

Prevention is the key to healthy skin

By: bmbAdmin | 16 Dec 2015

It’s easier to keep something from getting damaged than it is to repair the damage. This is true with most things in life – and it’s certainly true when it comes to skin care.

Take off the ski mask and put on a sheet mask

By: bmbAdmin | 14 Dec 2015

Winter and snowy weather bring an opportunity to do all the things you can’t do in warmer weather: ski, snowboard, build snowmen, etc. But spending a long time out in the cold can take its toll on your skin.

How does stress affect skin?

By: bmbAdmin | 7 Dec 2015

It’s been shown that stress (both emotional and physical) causes a chemical response in the body that leads to increased skin sensitivity. Stress can take a toll on your skin, but there are things you can do to reduce stress – or diminish its effects on your skin.

Turn Black Friday into Mask Friday

By: bmbAdmin | 17 Nov 2015

Instead of giving in to the temptation of saving a few dollars on Black Friday, give into the temptation to pamper yourself. An at-home spa experience can be inexpensive and very relaxing with the help of a Bel Mondo Bio Cellulose Mask.

Are your seasonal allergies affecting your skin?

By: bmbAdmin | 12 Nov 2015

Different people exhibit different reactions to allergens: watery eyes, runny nose, hives, sneezing, and coughing are just a few. Your skin, being the largest organ of your body, can also bear the brunt of your allergic reaction.

Protect your skin from dry indoor heat

By: bmbAdmin | 4 Nov 2015

When the colder weather hits in the late Fall and Winter, we naturally stay indoors more. While staying inside where it’s warm protects our skin from the cold air and damaging wind, our indoor heating systems aren’t doing any favors for our skin.

Halloween makeup and your skin

By: bmbAdmin | 23 Oct 2015

You’ve probably already got your Halloween costume(s) purchased – and you may have already worn them once or twice (parties, Trunk or Treat events, etc.) But if your – or your child’s – Halloween costume consists of face or body makeup, there are some things to consider.