Could we just take a second to will spring to get here, like move on winter I need fresh air and not just any fresh air. I want that sweet, dewy, floral aroma spring has to offer! For now, while I’m stuck inside all cozied up, which isn’t all that bad, I will be using my favorite face mask. I wish smell-a-vison was a real thing, simply scratch and sniff and you would smell how heavenly this mask is. Looks and smells like orange marmalade or some kind of orange jam. The scent is borderline therapeutic. Okay, let’s get to the actual benefits of this mask, shall we?
It’s My Jam
I just want to quickly squeeze in here how much of a Fresh Beauty fan I am. Ever since I started using their Lotus Youth Preserve face cream I’ve been hooked, and have gone through four… FOUR jars of it! I think I’ll be on my way to get jar number two of this Fresh Vitamin Nectar mask soon enough as well.
Let me list off a few things about this mask.Â It’s made of a concentrated fruit paste, with oranges, lemons and clementines. The acids from these fruits gently exfoliate your skin leaving your face smooth and glowy. I have sensitive skin so anything tooÂ acidic really stings my face. This mask doesn’t sting at all, in fact it’s really cooling. Pro tip, put it in the fridge for like 5 minutes before putting on your skin, what a difference it makes! Besides wanting to spread this on toast like orange marmalade and chomp away, I really can’t say anything negative about this mask. Oh wait, the price is a bit hefty, like around 70 bucks! So save up and wait for them sales! I’ve been trying to consistentlyÂ use this mask once a week, no more than once simply because I’m a lazy girl and slathering on masks takes a lot more work then it seems! Also, like I mentioned before this mask is 70 bucks, so it’s basically liquidÂ gold to me. I wanna make it last! My skin is certainly more glowy, and looks healthier too. Oh nearly forgot, leaves my face feeling so baby skin soft!
Let me know if this mask peaks your interest! Have you ever used Fresh Beauty products before? What are your favorites? And just for fun, what’s your favorite jam to spread on toast!?