Be Fine Warming Clay Mask Review and Photos

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Be Fine Warming Clay Mask ($25) A purifying self-warming mask heats on contact with your skin for a natural face detox. Rich in natural enzymes and humectants, Pomegranate stabilizes free-radicals, Cardamom & Arnica’s antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties tone, soothe, and heal.

My Thoughts:

Be Fine’s Warming Clay Mask has a thick consistency. The thick consistency can make it difficult to apply if you don’t wet your hands and face prior. Also, even though the consistency is thick, I didn’t have any trouble squeezing the clay mask out of the tube. The tube is squeezable and soft. The warming effect takes place as soon as the mask touches your face, but it doesn’t last very long. The warming effect isn’t bothersome. It’s actually quite nice. The mask didn’t leave my face feeling dry or tight. Instead, my face felt hydrated and soft with a healthy glow, but it did leave back an oily/filmy residue. Removing the mask can be a little difficult. Again, make sure to use lots of warm water and it will come right off. Overall, I think Be Fine’s Warming Mask is a hit or miss. Some will like it and some won’t. It really depends on preference.

Available online and at Ulta

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Aromatherapaes Face Mask Packet Review

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Aromatherapaes Face Mask ($1.79) Face Mask is rich with a Honey Bee moisture complex, soothing Avocado and phenol-rich Olive Oil. This deeply hydrating facial mask delivers nourishing, natural moisture.

My Thoughts:

Aromatherapaes Face Mask is a viscous liquid that provides lots of moisture to your skin. It left my skin feeling soft and light. Unlike the other Aromatherapaes products I previously reviewed, this one didn’t have an earthy smell. Instead, it was more of a sweet candy  smell. Even though the face mask is liquid, it doesn’t drip down your face because of the thick honey. I also noticed a little tingling the whole time the mask was on my face. One thing I didn’t like about the Aromatherapaes Face Mask is the somewhat difficulty of washing it off. The thickness of the honey just seemed to be water resistant. Also, I wouldn’t travel with the Aromatherapaes Face Mask packet unless it is placed into a bag, because some of the olive oil leaked out of the packet. You don’t want the olive oil leaking onto your clothes or other belongings. Other than those 2 complaints, I think the Aromatherapaes Face Mask will be perfect for the upcoming winter. It will definetely keep your skin from drying out.

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Aromatherapaes Face Mud Packet Review

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Aromatherapaes Face Mud Packet ($1.79) Face Mud tones and stimulates sluggish skin while removing pore-clogging toxins with natural clasy sand essential oils of Geranium and Rosewood.

My Thoughts:

Aromatherapaes Face Mud is a thick, cream colored clay face mask. There is enough product in the packet for 2 uses. Like the other Aromatherapaes products I previously reviewed (Aromatherapaes AM Wake-Up Spa Shower, Aromatherapaes Conditioning Hair Mask Packet, Aromatherapaes Invigorating Body Scrub Packet), the Face Mud has a pleasant earthy smell. It takes about 15 minutes for the clay mask to dry. While the mask is drying, you feel a tingling refreshing feel. After you wash off the mask, your skin is left feeling so soft with a subtle glow. The Aromatherapaes Face Mud Packet is great to take along on vacations for a guaranteed relaxing time.

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