Friday, October 11, 2013

Aubrey Organics Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask - Review

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Aubrey Organics Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask, $14.95

DISCLAIMER: This post contains products sent to me for free from a brand or PR company in exchange for a review. However, all words and opinions are firmly my own, as always.

I don't know about y'all, but I love days where I can just indulge in a good pamper. There is nothing more relaxing than settling in with a face mask, a steaming cup of tea, and a Netflix marathon. So I was thrilled when I was approached by Aubrey Organics to trial a face mask from their sensitive skin line. I have found that over the past year or so, I've been adding more and more organic products into my beauty routine, and just recently I've started to experiment with loads of face masks in an attempt to whip my skin into shape. If you're looking for a new face mask to add to your rotation, then read on!

The Aubrey Organics Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask is an amazing product just perfect for rejuvenating tired, irritated skin. It touts aloe vera and sea aster extract to soothe the skin, prickly pear to firm and tone, and oatmeal and rice for gentle exfoliation. And if you take a look at the full rundown of ingredients, you'll find everything from grapefruit, lavender, and lemon, to calendula and echinacea. It's packed with nature's bounty!

The first thing you'll notice about the Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask is the scent. It's a heady mix of herbs, citrus and essential oils that leaves one feeling calm and a bit like an earth goddess. Just me, then? To apply, give the bottle a good shake, and then rub a thin layer onto your face, steering clear of the eyes. It's a touch gritty to help exfoliate away dead skin and bring back that youthful luster.

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The mask isn't opaque or full coverage, and it doesn't dry, so try not to touch your face too much as you'll get the product all over yourself. After about five minutes, take a warm, damp cloth and gently rub the mask away. Because of it's short wear time, this is the perfect product to pop in the shower and use while you're waiting for your conditioner to do it's work. Very quick and easy.

I was quite surprised at just how much I've enjoyed this mask. Recently I had a horrible reaction to something I applied to my face. My cheeks were red, raw and incredibly dry, and I had no idea what to do for it. Then I had a thought to give this mask a try. After the first application the skin on my face looked calmer, and within three days of application my skin was almost completely healed. I'm not saying this is a wonder product, but I was incredibly impressed!

The Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask is great for organic product lovers. Not only is it organic, but it's also cruelty free and vegan. When it comes to being light on the conscience, you can't get much better than that! And what's more, it actually works and leaves your skin feeling fantastic. Aubrey Organics' motto is "Protect the Earth...Nourish the Spirit", and this product does both!

If you've got sensitive skin, or slightly to moderately dry skin, definitely give this Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask a go. Not only will it make your skin feel amazing, it will also soothe the mind, and leave you feeling confident about your impact on the planet. It's a win all around!

Have you tried the Aubrey Organics Calming Skin Therapy Hydrating Mask? What do you look for in a good face mask?
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4 comments

  1. This mask sounds lovely! I usually try anything that has the word "calming" on it because my skin is so sensitive! Great review! :)))

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  2. I want this so bad now haha thanks for the great review;) xx
    Instantdelight

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  3. This mask sounds great, might have to give this one a try!

    Phaze x
    phazestyle.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I have sensitive, dry skin and this mask sounds great x

    Heather | Of Beauty & Nothingness

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