When it comes to SheaMoisture they can do no wrong in my book! My first experience with the brand was using their body and hair products so when the skincare was introduced to me I knew that it had to be great.
With my 32nd birthday less than a month away it’s safe to say that I’m obsessed with top notch skincare. Using masks that keep my skin refreshed and in tact are part of my weekly routine. I’ve been testing the SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Facial Mask for a few weeks now and it definitely doesn’t disappoint.
Here are the details on the SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Facial Mask:
A unique blend of organic Raw Shea Butter and mineral-rich lays purify and soften to improve skin’s radiance. This non-drying mask gently clarifies skin while intensely hydrating and promoting moisture rebalancing in dry or aging skin. Therapeutic extracts of frankincense, Myrhh and anti-oxidant Vitamin E boosts skin’s rejuvenation.
Instantly my senses were captured by the smell and smooth formula. Upon applying to my face I noticed that the mask is extremely gentle on the skin and I was in no rush to rinse it away. After leaving on my face for about 10 minutes my skin felt insanely hydrated, and felt like a baby’s bottom. It’s easy to noticed the refreshing look that the SheaMoisture Raw Shea Butter Facial Mask leaves after just one use.
Overall this mask is great when I need a little relaxation and my skin needs a little boost but if you’re looking for a product that is going to deliver heavy-duty results then you’ll want to try a stronger product.
Pro: Great for sensitive skin
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings
Overall: 4 Blings
Hero Ingredient: Organic Raw Shea Butter
Cruelty Free: Yes
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