Review: Herbivore Botanicals Masks
Herbivore Botanicals is all about using natural ingredients, and I thought their products would be a good fit for my sensitive skin. I've been wanting to try their face masks, so I went ahead and bought them all! Here is my review on how they're working so far...
Pink Clay Exfoliating Mask: [$22] Used for gentle exfoliation and made with french pink clay, rose hips, chamomile flowers and more. This mask comes in powder form, and you just mix with some water and rub onto the skin. I found this mask to be super gentle, maybe even too gentle because I didn't really notice much difference after use.
Brighten - Pineapple + Enzyme Mask: [$48] Made with gentle fruit enzymes, tourmaline gemstone powder and rice powder to naturally brighten the skin. The enzymes gently resurface and exfoliate the skin. After using this mask, my skin felt smooth and my dry spots seemed to go away.
Blue Clay Spot Treatment Mask: [$22] This mask also comes in powder form and is good for acne-prone skin. The kaolin clay and blue clay help to detoxify the skin. I used this as an all over mask the first time, and realized that it was a bit too strong for me. After that I switched to using it as a spot treatment and it seemed to help calm down any inflammation I had.
Blue Tansy - AHA + BHA Resurfacing Clarity Mask: [$48] This mask contains blue tansy oil, white willow bark, aloe, fruit enzymes, and more. Blue tansy oil is an anti-inflammatory and helps to reduce redness and sooth irritated skin. It's also used in Sunday Riley's Luna Oil, which I love, and wrote a review on previously. I found that this works similar to the Brighten Mask, and after use my skin feels smooth.
I would definitely recommend Herbivore Botanicals because when you look at the ingredients in their products, you can see that almost everything is natural and you actually know each ingredient that is going on your skin. If your skin is picky like mine, I don't think you'll encounter any problems with their products. I also love their Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Face Mist which I mentioned in a previous post.
— Love, Minna