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Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Rosewater Mask + Thoughts

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Andalou Naturals Rosewater Mask
Andalou Naturals Rosewater Mask

I was looking for a moisturizing face mask and stumbled upon Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Rosewater Mask. I’m using a lot of moisturizing skin care products right now because my skin needs it. It seems to LOVEEEEE it too! So the first product I’ve ever used from the brand Andalou is the Andalou Naturals Vitamin C Beauty Balm. <<< Read my full review here. The BB Cream didn’t work for me, but I noticed that the product was gentle on the skin. I thought, hey, let’s try out other products from this brand. It’s a vegan and cruelty-free brand. It’s nice to know that. Here I am…with the rosewater face mask…

About Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Rosewater Mask:

My thoughts on Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Rosewater Mask:

This isn’t a full review, but it’s my first impression after using it once. I know, only once but hear me out! 😊😊 I’m going to use it again later on the week. I’m very excited for it! 🙂 So, the first application turned out to be a success. It left my skin feeling soft and moisturized. I’ve used other moisturizing face masks before, and they were a dud. They were more expensive too! This one is different. It feels like a gel face lotion (not what I’m used to). If that makes any sense. It’s not your typical thick face mask. It feels like you’re spreading lotion on your face. All you need is a thin layer. Using more would be a total waste. There’s no point in that. All I did was apply a thin layer to my face. Let it sit for 10-20 minutes as the instructions states (20 was my choice, more hydration pleaseee!!! hehe!!). It did sting a little bit upon application. Maybe it’s because of the acne treatment that I’m on. My skin is more sensitive than usual. The stinging sensation went away. After I washed the face mask off, my skin felt wonderful! 😄 It didn’t make me breakout in acne (after the first time using it). So I love that it’s made for sensitive skin. I think that’s one of the reasons why I like this face mask. It’s not too harsh on the skin. My skin is loving rosewater and rosehip oil. Yep, it contains rosehip oil too. I’m literally obsessed with rosehip oil right now! ♥

More on Andalou Naturals Beauty Products:

Andalou Naturals Vitamin C Beauty Balm

Review: Andalou Naturals Vitamin C Beauty Balm

Final Review: Andalou Naturals Vitamin C Beauty Balm

Organic Hemp Seed Oil for Acne Skin

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Sky Organics Organic Hemp Seed Oil
Sky Organics Organic Hemp Seed Oil

Yesterday, I shared my new facial oil, which is rosehip oil. Today, the other oil (besides argan oil) is organic hemp seed oil. This is another oil that is supposedly good for oily, acne-prone skin. On the bottle it says, for all skin types. More about this organic hemp seed oil…

Of course, it’s vegan. The only ingredient in this oil is Cannabis Sativa (Hemp) Seed Oil. I’ve been using hemp oil the same amount of time as I’ve been using rosehip oil. Hemp oil has more of a distinct smell to it. It didn’t bother me that much. Smells like a bag of hemp seeds I have. Hemp oil did come from hemp seeds afterall, lol. The smell goes away. It doesn’t linger on the skin during the day. Also, hemp oil feels more moisturizing than rosehip. I think it’s the hemp oil that’s doing most of the ‘moisturizing’, since rosehip is more of a drier oil. It feels thicker than rosehip. It didn’t feel heavy when I applied it to my skin. It left the skin feeling hydrated, but it absorb into the skin well. Much better than argan oil I would say. So far, I really like it. With this oil, I hope it doesn’t cause acne either. I’m crossing my fingers because my experience has been good. Like rosehip, it’s supposed to balance the natural oils in the skin to treat acne. It’s also known to be anti-inflammatory. I know I have a lot of that ‘inflamed acne’ going on or when I breakout. Wish me luck!! I’ll report back soon! Stay tuned! 🙂

Thank you for reading. 🙂

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