Lovely Day Botanicals – PINK CLAY MASK Review

Lovely Day Botanicals – PINK CLAY MASK Review

Oh Oh Oh! You say dehydrated skin? I say no more! You say plumping skin? I say yes! And I will tell you how I got my skin rescued from dehydration and dryness, so please keep reading.

My dehydrated skin

In the last winter months my skin has looked dull, dehydrated and dry.

Little patched of dry skin, very rough skin under my eyes, and dehydrated with little wrinkles on my mouth line and forehead. I have had a difficult beginning of the year and I have not been looking after myself very well (eating, sport and self care near the 0 activity level).

I finally noticed how bad my skin looked like. Despite trying a lot of balm and oils under my eyes, nothing nourishing was getting rid of these dry patches and I was literally not able to put makeup on. It was very sensitive too. I tried to leave in some balm on these areas, drink more, eat a little better, sleep a little more, apply mist and other oils but nothing was working.

Until I decided to apply the mask all over my face, including the sensitive area of my under eyes. I left it for 20-30 minutes, it did not sting, and the Miracle happened.

Best hydrating mask

The little dry patches under my eyes had completely vanished. The overall look of my skin was more plumpy, nourished and hydrated.

I only apply a thin layer of the mask and I need to leave it at least for 20 minutes to see magical results.

The magic in this mask is when taken off, it’s like my skin still has the mask on. Why? Because my skin is nice and smooth. That’s stays for few days too. Hydration levels feel boosted and I just very pleased with the result!

Texture and ingredients

Texture:

The mask has a thick, creamy texture, a pastel orange pink colour and has a light fresh smell.

Also the ingredients included in this mask are all natural, there is nothing to hide!

Ingredients:

The key ingredients that I think make the whole different are the Rubus Idaeus Seed Oil, Pink Moschata Seed Oil, Lactobacillus Ferment, Sabdariffa Flower Extract and Sodium Hyaluronate.

Rubus Idaeus Seed Oil, or Raspberry seed oil, is an excellent moisturiser, improve skin elasticity, reduces wrinkles and fine lines.

In the other hand, the Pink Moschata Seed Oil, also known as Rosehip Seed oil, is excellent for sensitive, dry or rosacea-prone skin.

Furthermore in the key ingredients is the Sabdariffa Flower Extract. It is a Hibiscus plant, know as the “Botox” plant. It purifies the complexion thanks to gentile acids, is rich in anti-oxydants (prevention against skin damaging skin radicals). The flower extract is used here for its hydration properties. It contains lots of musilage, which is a sticky substance produced by plants to help storage water and food.

Finally let’s not forget about the Sodium Hyaluronate, or Hyaluronic Acid, also well know for helping maintain hydration levels of the skin.

Where to find and for how much

You can find the whole range of Lovely Day Botanicals in Sable Beauty, a British online retailer (https://www.sablebeauty.com/collections/lovely-day-botanicals).

The price of the mask is £35 for 100ml which I think, is a good price considering the amount you get in the pot. I got the 50ml pot for about 20€ (which I ordered directly through Lovely Day Botanicals website as there was no UK retailer at that time).

In overall, I think this is a great mask for dehydrated and dry skin.

It also has been my saviour more than once and I will for sure repurchase it since for me, it is an excellent value for money.

Let me know if you already tried it, or if you have tried any hydrating mask and which one you recommend!

As always, thanks for reading!

Xx

Manon

Sources: https://www.greenpeople.co.uk/beauty-hub/blog/5-hibiscus-benefits-beautiful-skin, https://www.sablebeauty.com/



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