A really nice organic moisturizing and soothing facial mask I recently tried and liked was Aubrey Organics Sea Buckthorn & Cucumber Moisturizing Mask. I thought it was really rejuvenating and nourishing to my skin and really helped clear up some of my blemishes while moisturizing and conditioning my skin and face.The moisturizing and soothing ingredients in the Aubrey Organics Sea Buckthorn & Cucumber Moisturizing Mask that I liked were the witch hazel, glycerin, fruit extracts, antioxidants, seed extracts, vitamins, minerals, herbal extracts, and essential oils. These ingredients are what seemed to tone, condition, replenish, and nourishing my skin and face properly and naturally without any harsh ingredients. I also found the ingredients did wonders with some of the sun damage my skin had and helped the new skin underneath the dead skin shine through and be bright and even.
The way I used the Aubrey Organics Sea Buckthorn & Cucumber Moisturizing Mask is by first making sure my face was nice and clean by washing it up with a nice gently facial cleansing bar and a hand towel. After I simply took a ¼ a cup of the mask and lathered it on my face in a nice thick even layer and left it on for around 30 minutes. Once I was done using the facial mask I washed it off with warm water and patted my face dry and applied a facial serum to my face to help protect the skin and repair the skin even more so my skin could look and feel its best.
You will notice if you decide to use this organic moisturizing and soothing facial mask that it is really creamy and tingles a little bit while it is on your face. With some people I guess it doesn't tingle at all it is just really soothing to the skin and feels like a heavy nourishing and replenishing facial mask. You will also notice the longer you leave the mask on your face and skin the better the results will be, however I wouldn't recommend you leave it on your skin for more than an hour.
The store that I got my Aubrey Organics Sea Buckthorn & Cucumber Moisturizing Mask at was online at Vitacost.com. I also noticed you can find this organic facial mask at Aubrey-organics.com. I believe the price I paid for my organic moisturizing and soothing facial mask was around $6, but it seems to be going for around $8 right now.
I wish all of you the best of luck at finding an organic moisturizing and soothing face mask to help replenishing and repair your skin. I hope those of you who try the Aubrey Organics Sea Buckthorn & Cucumber Mask will like it as much as I did.