I’ve been a fan of Reviva Labs since I tried their Collagen-Fibre Eye Pad Kit a while back. I recently found myself checking out their other skin care products and decided to try out their Hawaiian Seaweed Cleansing Milk because the winter has left my skin aching for some nourishment. Really, it’s never been this way before and if next year is the same I may have to consider moving to the west coast.
Reviva Labs Hawaiian Seaweed Beauty Mask Review
Company Description- ’An excellent deep cleansing, normalizing mask for all skin types. Helps skin achieve proper oil/moisture balance’.
I have normal to dry skin but the brand claims that this mask has special “normalizing” qualities for combination skin, to help avoid congestion and breakouts. Thankfully I don’t have to worry about breakouts but I love using masks to give my skin a boost of much needed pick me up when it’s looking drastically dull and tired.
A few benefits that the company pointed out to me about the Hawaiian Seaweed Beauty Mask are:
- helps skin achieve proper oil/ moisture balance
- for all skin types, especially helpful for combination skins in avoiding breakouts
- brings beautiful life and color to skin immediately
- here’s another important supplement for minerals most skins need
- helps clear complexion via its circulation-boosting benefit
- made in the USA
The instructions say that they mask should be left on for 20 to 30 minutes. I used this mask four times in the lst month. The first time it was only for ten minutes and in that time my skin looked very good. It had a nice glow and definitely took off the edge from the hangover from the night before. The second and third time that I used the mask it was for twenty minutes and my skin looked phenomenal. My skin felt unbelievably smooth and looked hydrated. I have to admit that I wasn’t to excited about leaving a mask on my skin for so long but the results made it worth the time. So of course, I had to try the thirty minutes route and I didn’t see much of a difference on my skin but think that if someone had drier skin or problematic skin then they would maybe see a difference.
Purified Water, Hawaiian Seaweed Extract, Kaolin, Bentonite, Glycerin, Lubrajel, Wheat Germ Oil, Polysorbate 20, Sorbitol, Essential Oil Fragrance, Mica, Chromium Oxide Greens, Diaz, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Ctric Acid.
Reviva Labs Hawaiian Seaweed Cleansing Milk Review
Company Description- ‘Hawaiian Seaweed Facial Cleansing Milk is a mineral-rich, milky seaweed cleanser that helps to eliminate toxins as it cleanses. Hawaiian Seaweed’s valuable minerals help energize skin as the milky cleanser easily lifts out dirt, makeup and environmental debris. Hawaiian Seaweed’s magnesium helps soften skin, too! With an exact amount of proper viscosity vegetable oil, this formula is an effective day/night cleanser for any skin type’.
When I was my skin with this Reviva Labs cleanser it feels like I’m washing it with a moisturizer because it’s so thick and nourishing. It feels incredibly smooth but works effectively to get rid of dirt, makeup and impurities. The best part is that once my skin dries it still feels moisturized and soft. The Hawaiian Seaweed Cleansing Milk definitely helped to bring my skin back to what it used to be and I love it for that.
There are a few other reasons that I love this particular Revival labs cleanser:
- Good for all skin types
- Paraben free
- No animal ingredients
- No animal testing
- Made in USA
- It’s only $8.00
Ingredients for the Reviva Labs Hawaiian Seaweed Cleansing Milk:
Purified water, Vegetable oils, Coco betaine, Glyceryl stearate, Cetyl alcohol, Hawaiian seaweed extract, Cetearyl alcohol, Ceaeareth 20, Microcrystalline cellulose, Citric acid, Potassium sorbate, Sodium benzoate, Fragrance.
I’m a fan of both products and will definitely be trying out some other products from Reviva Labs. The Seaweed Beauty Mask costs $12 and cleanser is only $8. You can check out these and other Reviva Labs products at http://www.revivalabs.com/
Disclosure: I got these product as part of an advertorial. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.