L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask Review

[Review] L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask

L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask Review:

You see, I have recently discovered that my skin seem to react well with rose containing product since I’ve tried Naruko Rose Botanic Mask (reviewed). I actually loved it but the scent was way too heavy for my nose. Now I am on a little exploration of finding rose products that actually works well with my skin, as well as with my sensitive nose. Naturally, I would have started with my stash and I’m just glad that I actually own one (and only, if I may add) rose product and that is L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask! Truth be told, I’ve got a few L’Herboflore Masks in my stash but I have been saving them for… I don’t know, maybe apocalyptic days to cheer me up? ☺ Let’s see if this mask is worth saving for!

Claims:

L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask is rich in Damask Rose Water that repairs, hydrates and nourishes the skin. It also contains trehalose, hyaluronic acid and Aloe Vera that provides a long-lasting hydration, and is soothing to the skin.

Ingredients:

Aqua (Water), Butylene Glycol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Citric Acid, Glycerin, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Rosa Centifolia Flower Water, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hyaluronic Acid, Allantoin, Propylene Glycol, Mannitol, Sodium Citrate, Acetyl Tetrapeptide-15, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Isopropyl Alcohol, Cellulose, Trehalose, Xanthan Gum, Rosa Damascena Flower Oil, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Triethanolamine, Fragrance, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Sulfite, Methylisothiazolinone, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, Sodium Acetate

Volume: 30 ml

L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask Review

How to use:

  1. Remove the protecting film and gently apply the mask on your face
  2. You can separate any of the perforated lines, and overlap the pieces to adjust the mask to the shape of your face
  3. Leave the mask on for 15-20 minutes, then remove and discard
  4. Gently pat the residual serum into your skin

My Skin Type: Combination, Acne-Prone, Occasionally Dull and Sensitive

L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask Review:

L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask comes from the Garden of Venus series just like the Orchid Whitening variant. The packaging of this mask is so dainty I needed to find courage to tear it up! Apart from being pretty and classy, the pack of this mask is also a little bigger than your average sheet mask. It is also the most generous sheet mask that I have encountered so far at 30ml of essence per pack!

L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask Review

The essence used in L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask is clear and really runny; it was actually dripping as I pull out the mask. The essence feels light though I detect a little slip but not really an issue.

The scent of this mask is true rose just like of Naruko’s but in a less concentrated way. To put it simply, if these two were perfume, Naruko Rose Botanic Mask would be an EDP and L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask would fall under EDT. And just like that, my nose was really, truly, happy! The light floral scent is quite relaxing so I really did enjoy le me-time!

The fit of this mask is quite good on my face although it’s got little cuts so you can adjust fit. The sheet is pretty soaked it was still a little damp after 25 minutes.  Honestly, I wasn’t expecting much from this variant because “refining” is pretty vague and is quite hard to judge.

After wearing this mask, my skin felt soft and bouncy. My face looked healthy which is quite nice and I actually like the fact that it did somehow, managed to calm my irritated jaw line. In addition, I also noticed a little brightening even though it’s not one of its claims. I really love this product! It may be a bit pricey but I can say that the price is justifiable!

Where to buy:

eBay


Have you tried L’Herboflore Rose Water Refining Hydromask?

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