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Laurel Facial Masks

I love facial masks! Most mornings, you’ll find me with some sort of hydrating or anti aging mask on while I make breakfast. After, I’ll usually apply a second mask to give my skin the additional nourishment.

Laurel Whole Plant Organics makes some pretty decent facial masks. I usually wear Laurel’s Brighten mask first for Vitamins A, B, and C to actively combat signs of aging. 

Laurel Whole Plant Organics says that,

This facial mask features organic and sustainably farmed Camu Camu, Acerola Berry, and Rosehip Fruit – all for their high amounts of Vitamins A, C, and E. Whole plant vitamins are recognized and utilized even more by the skin than commercial Ascorbic Acid or other synthetic imitations. Vitamin C has been proven to repair damaged DNA and sun damage, reduce hyperpigmentation over time, and restore collagen and firmness. Other key whole plants in this mask are Calendula, Gotu Kola, and Comfrey for their own anti-aging abilities. Essential oils specific to brightening and firming skin are included, such as Frankincense, Carrot Seed, Cistus, Sweet Orange, and Lemon.

After, I pack on the moisture offered by Laurel’s Honey Berry Enzyme mask

According to the Laurel Whole Organics website,

This mask features raw Royal Jelly, a bee secretion that is well known for its anti-aging abilities. It is high in Vitamin B and is considered a super antioxidant. Organic Strawberries and Blueberries are used for their enzymes and cleansing actions as well as their antioxidant content. Raw honey is nutritive, hydrating, and plumping, as well as antimicrobial to help control breakouts – the list goes on! Vibrant organic and therapeutic grade essential oil of Grapefruit is included to firm the skin and uplift and brighten the spirit.

Laurel Whole Plant Organics is such a fun part of my day. Also, my skin looks and feels brighter, softer, and rejuvenated as a result of the Brighten and Honey Berry Enzyme facial masks.

Have you tried any of Laurel's masks?
 Here's a second selfie since apparently, I'm really feeling myself todayl!



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