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My Detox Face Mask Review

Disclaimer: I am not a representative of the Arbonne company. I was not compensated for my review. This is a product that I purchased on my own. This is just my honest review of this mask. 

So back in July I had a GREAT turn out at a Flip Flops & Foot Spa Arbonne party {thank you Heather for being my consultant but also my beautiful friend!!}....never heard of Arbonne? Click here. {This is my consultant & friends link} Their motto is Pure, Safe, & Beneficial. Meaning NO CRAP in the products...any of them. They have so many lines, it's great for everyone in your household. I love it. I really do enjoy all of their products that I have tried....and that is A LOT! 

This particular product is the Rescue & Renew Detox Face Mask. As a first time detox face mask user, all in all I think it went over well. I think my brain was expecting a grapefruit smell, as was the smell of some of the other products in this same line. It didn't really have a distinguished smell at all & that's not a bad thing. The color and texture is almost like a self-tanner; at least that is what it reminded me of. It was super easy to apply - silky smooth! I set the timer for the recommended 15 minutes. It felt tight soon after, an oddly relaxing tingle. After the 15 minutes it was easy to wash off with lukewarm water and a gentle wash cloth. The directions were straight forward; and lastly, there was minimal redness even with my rosacea (red and flaky cheeks). 
This mask is recommended 1-2 times per week. So I think I will do just was a great first detox mask experience and I am confident in telling people about this satisfying product. 

Key Ingredients & Benefits
⤁⟹French pink clay acts like a magnet to attract surface dirt and impurities, cleansing and              gently exfoliating skin
⤕⟹Rosemary oil hydrates, helping to maintain the look of skin clarity
⤕⟹5 self-neutralizing acids - mandelic acid, phytic acid, lactic acid, salicylic acid and azelaic            acids - help clarify, refine and brighten the appearance of skin tone

Check out the crazy pictures late night makeup session because I couldn't sleep. Followed by a DIY Cleanser, Detox Mask, and moisturizer...Let me know in the comments if you've tried this and what your thoughts are/were!


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