I have received some good feedback from my colleagues a few days ago, so I decided to reward myself. After all, I’ve been working hard. So I went and bought a fruit pack. It’s for my face, by the way.
I remember the last time I had a facial done. I woke up the following day with red patches all over my face. This time, I have carefully chosen a product that has (or at least claim to have) natural ingredients. So my newly-purchased fruit pack is a delightful blend of apple, papaya, fig, cucumber, and Fuller’s earth. Fruit packs are claimed to cool and tone the facial skin, restore natural elasticity, help minimize wrinkles and make the skin glow.
Apply the Fruit Pack evenly all over face and neck, avoiding the area around eyes and mouth. Allow it to dry for 10-20 minutes, remove with wet sponge or towel, and wash the skin with cool water.
I applied the pack all over face and neck, just a thin layer though, since the instruction didn’t really mention how much to apply, and I was afraid I’d develop sensitivity to any ingredient, specifically the Fuller’s earth, and tried to “even” it out as evenly as possible. It felt dry in 5 minutes, and since I hadn’t decided beforehand which towel to wet and use, I directly washed the pack off with tap water, which was warm.
After spending a considerable amount of time in front of the mirror, checking my face and neck from various angles, I hadn’t really noticed anything dramatic. But that’s expected. It was just the first time anyway.
I plan to apply a much thicker layer next time and keep it on my face for a good 15 minutes before washing it off.
But before that, I will try it on Masood first.