Rocky Mountain Soap Company's Lavendar and Oat Face Mask
Just sharing my thoughts on the face mask sample I received from the Rocky Mountain Soap Company - I typically am very lazy when it comes to using face masks, but since I'm fast becoming a life-long fan of this company and its products, I couldn't wait to test it out.
I tried the Lavender and Oak Calming Face Mask - The lavender smell is SO amazing and it was instantly cooling. When I was sitting there waiting for it to dry, I felt so calm and just couldn't help but relax. I added a few drops of water to get the consistency I wanted in the paste and it gave me ample time to apply before beginning to dry. I love the feeling of a mask hardening and waited 15 minutes before removing it with a face sponge. I was left with a clean tingling feeling and didn't feel I needed to apply face moisturizer immediately (like I normally do any time after washing my face due to my really dry skin). The second time I used it was because I felt my face starting to itch and wanted to cool it down - worked like a charm. For reference, I have extremely sensitive skin - one year I had a year-long reaction for no reason and my body would not heal itself properly (luckily not on my face)... just for reference.
I can't wait to try all of them - the next one on my list is the Tea Tree Deep-Cleansing mask and would definitely love to spread the joy of this Lavender one. Such amazingness!
I really like the cute little packets it comes in!
They're so pleasing to look at, all lined up like that!
$12 per one 28 gram pack, up to 3 servings (I was surprised that my sample was a full sized sample)
I've used it twice already and can probably get another 3 uses, easily; the sales associate said she got 6
That's how much I used - I'd say about the amount that would tightly fill a bottle cap
Just add a little water to turn it into a paste; when freshly applied
When dried after 15 minutes