Eminence Organics is one of my favourite luxury green beauty companies. All of their products smell so fresh, and are filled with pure, raw, natural and organic ingredients that do wonderful things for your skin. The company has great sustainability practices, too! Continue reading Eminence Organics Carrot Vitamin Mask Review
If you are in the market for an ultra-hydrating, skin soothing, anti-aging recovery mask look no further. The answer is the Eminence Hibiscus and Calendula mask.
Only one more mask to review after this one and then I’m all finished with my mask trial. I will have a summary post as well to give you an idea of what I’ve experienced with the masks that I’ve tried out. Up for review this time is the Eminence Organics Tomato and Lycopene mask.
I’m nearing the end of my facial mask journey. This time I’m giving Juice Beauty’s Organic Facial Rejuvinating Mask a try.
Like I’ve mentioned before I am the proud owner of wicked dark circles under my eyes. Yes, if I manage to have a good run of several good nights of sleep they will lessen, but I definitely could use some help in managing them. I’ve spent a little time researching different natural treatments online and these are the ones that I have my eye on:
The summer has taken it’s toll on my skin and I feel like it’s a little bit more dull and I still have a few dark spots from old acne scars that are resurfacing a little. I was leaning towards the Bliss Spa Incredi-peel (review) that I had tried not-so long ago, but decided to try out something new instead. Juice Beauty is a solar powered organic beauty company that features fruit juices as the staple ingredients in their products. Doesn’t that sound amazing? And to top it all off, their products are vegan!
The green apple peels come in three variations: full strength, sensitive, and acne control. I opted to try the full strength one and after just one use I was hooked!
Pangea is a company that’s been featured on a fair number of other green beauty blogs, so I decided to give their products a try and continue on with my mask trial. Pangea only has one mask available, their Japanese Matcha Tea with Acai & Goji Berry Mask, and it appeared to be full of great ingredients so I was excited to try it out. I should have been warned that it might smell like Matcha by the title (duh, right?) but I don’t think I was prepared for the freshly mowed lawn scent on my face and chunky texture.