[productsample] You can use this lovely, bouncy, light-feeling mask from L’Occitane in two ways – either as an overnight hydration hit or as a quick moisture boost as a ten minute mask.
The sell on this is that it contains mineral water from the Reotier spring in Provence (a far more exciting thing than the springs at Reotier is the Petrified Fountain (here) which is quite something to behold!) and if minerals for skin is your thing, there is no denying that the water is stuffed with them, especially calcium. However, the thing I’m liking most about this is the hyaluronic which will leave your skin more soft and hydrated that before. I found that it needs rinsing off with a warm, damp flannel (no need to throw water all over your face) whichever way you use it but does leave behind, even after rinsing, a sort of veil of moisture.
I can also feel the oil in this (sunflower) so although it looks watery, it has a little more weight to it than you’d expect. I like it – it’s bringing a bit more in terms of texture and sensory pleasure in use than your standard moisturiser. For some reason, the L’Occitane website only has a sample sachet for sale at £4.50 HERE so I’m not sure what the price is going to be for the full size.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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