Tips + Tricks // Beneath Your Mask Indulge Total B...

Tips + Tricks // Beneath Your Mask Indulge Total Body Elixir

“I love how hydrating, yet lightweight it is, so I can get dressed right away.”

– Dana Jackson, Beneath Your Mask founder


  • Apply in the mornings right out of the shower while skin is still damp for optimum absorption and round-the-clock softness.
  • Add to your bath for a luxurious soak – pour half a tablespoon or so into your bathtub. Skin is left soft and nourished so there’s no need to apply anything afterwards.
  • Run out of face oil? Apply Indulge as you would your regular face moisturizer for nourishment and glow.


BAOBAB SEED OIL moisturizes and rejuvenates cells

WHITE CAMELLIA SEED OIL maintains a healthy pH and helps soften wrinkles and lines

GOLDEN JOJOBA OIL heals scars and stretch marks, containing antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties

POMEGRANATE SEED OIL soothes and calms redness and inflammation
SEA BUCKTHORN BERRY CO2 stimulates tissue regeneration and treats dehydrated skin


Q + A with Dana Jackson, Founder of Beneath Your Mask

When/how do you love to use the product?
I love to use Indulge in the mornings right out of the shower while my skin is still damp. It effortlessly absorbs into skin. I love how hydrating, yet lightweight it is, so I can get dressed right away. I also love to use it as a bath oil. I love doing detox baths, and I pour a half tablespoon or so into the bathtub. Skin is left so soft and moisturized and you don’t even need to put anything else on after you get out of the tub.

What inspired the product/ingredients?
I feel a lot of products formulated for body use very basic ingredients. I wanted to elevate not only the quality, but the experience. Indulge is a face quality serum for the body with ingredients like Sea Buckthorn Berry and White Camellia Seed Oil sourced from Japan.

How long has it been part of the line?
Since we launched in December 2016.

Can you give us some insight on the ingredient formulation process?
I formulate everything myself. I usually have my eye on a few ingredients, and I also start researching looking for specific benefits. I also don’t source ingredients based on price because it limits me creatively. The process can take months and sometimes over 25 variations because I’m super particular, and I won’t put anything out that I’m not absolutely in love with!