*I was sent some beautiful products from Boom by Cindy Joseph for review. I’m working my way through them one by one and I posted recently about BOOM COTTON Moisturizer, which I really love! One of the things I love about this line is that for instance, in this product, the BOOM MASK, there are only natural and organic ingredients:
Propolis: A natural antiseptic which helps to eliminate unhealthy bacteria. With a nutritive value to feed and nourish your skin leaving it healthy, feeling soft and looking radiant.
Honey: Another natural antiseptic which is also very hydrating.
Diatomaceous Earth: A gentle exfoliating ingredient that also can remove dead skin cells, and by doing so, can smooth and tone your face.
French Pink Clay: Detoxifies and cleanses the skin.
Hawaiian Blue Green Algae: The nutrients in this benefit skin elasticity.
Royal Jelly: Nourishes your skin with vitamins, minerals and amino acids
How to use:
I apply a generous amount to my clean and moistened face. I also apply to my neck and décolleté. Having very sensitive fair and Rosacea prone skin, I leave the mask on for 10-20 minutes. The mask will pull impurities from your face, while feeding and nourishing your skin at the same time. After 10-20 minutes I wet a washcloth with warm water and press lightly on my face to loosen the sticky mask. Keep in mind that this mask won’t dry (so don’t wait for that!). It can’t with all the luscious honey as an ingredient! I then rinse away with warm water and a soft washcloth.
After this, I pat dry my face and spritz on an organic Hydrosol. I then keep my skin bare for hours after because it feels SO good to have soft toned skin.
BOOM by Cindy Joseph is a line of skin and body care products that I’ve recently discovered and I’m really impressed at the quality and especially how wonderfully these products have been helping my skin stay clear, toned and happy.
*These products were sent to me for a review and for my honest opinion. I have no affiliate links to this site and all opinions are my own. I like to share what works for me….and what doesn’t, well, I don’t post about those. I like to keep a positive attitude on my blog and what doesn’t work for me, may perhaps work for someone else. And of course visa versa 🙂