WIN IT: Set of 3 Scandalous Masks from Metropolis Soap Co.

Written by Ashley

A Shocking Tales of Soapy Scandals

Metropolis Soap Co. won me over their adorable retro packaging & quirky campaign style, but their mask system has really thrown my blemish prone skin into a smooth state of bliss.  Great for spot treatments and quick scrubs when there aren’t enough minutes in the day, these powders are formulated with vegan ingredients to give your skin exactly what it needs.   Each powder mask even comes with a wee card of liquid recommendations best suited for your normal to dry or combo to oily skintype to get the most out of your mask time. For example,  my favorite Black Soap with Charcoal and Pomegranate mask for oily spots suggests witch hazel, castor oil, water or aloe vera. and milk, honey, yogurt, glycerin or pureed fruit for dry skin.  I’m telling you… the witch hazel does wonders in a spot treatment, but you can mix the mask to make it your own.

ENTER TO WIN: a set of 3 Metropolis Soap Co. Masks from their 3 NEW Collections.  [A $60 value] Includes Nectar Of the Gods for dry skin with green tea & agave; Black Soap Horrors for oily skin with charcoal & pomegranate and Call me “Coco” for any skintype, with cocoa to nourish & strawberry for vitamins & antioxidants.

FOR OFFICIAL ENTRY [Contest Ends October 8, 2010]

Comment telling us which mask best describes how you would describe YOUR typical Friday night. Nectar of the Gods with a glass of wine and Lifetime on the couch? Black Soap Horrors in a downtown club? Telling a hot table waiter to Call you “Coco” while your Louboutins hit the floor of the swankiest club? It’s your world, ladies… we just write about it.

10 winners will be chosen.  And remember… Extra credit for Twitter and Facebook action.

@MetropolisSoap //

@LuxurySpot //

About the author


a fun-loving, twenty-something living in Brooklyn. She spends most of her time absorbing all the life, tofu and whiskey that NYC has to offer. Her current obsessions? BDG High-waisted leggings, vintage boot shopping in Williamsburg, Katherine Kwei's sling bag and Melanie Marie's two-finger horn ring.


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