|Pur Minerals Wine Exoliating Mask|
$29 2.2 oz
Some days are literally scheduled to the minute...when I have to squeeze in beauty treatments, I have to be even more on top of the clock. I had ten minutes to spare before washing my hair. I decided to both deep condition my hair and try the new Pur Wine Exfoliating Mask that, nicely, was sent to me.
I'm a bit confused why they chose to call it a mask. To me, a mask is usually something that dries, hardens and then gets washed off. Pur Wine Exfoliating Mask is an exfoliator that after being massaged into the skin is simply washed off.
I don't really care what it is, because I am absolutely enamored with this product.
It smells delicious, it feels silky and the peach seeds in are perfect for gentle exfoliation. Did I taste it??? Naturally. A bit tart but not unpleasant.
When I rinsed it off my skin felt as soft as a peach my skin was radiant and glowing. I couldn't help but want to take my new Pur Wine Exfoliating Mask with me into the shower to use all over my body.
Here's a bit more about this amazing "mask":
Pür's Wine Exfoliating Mask gently buffs away rough, dull skin with natural peach stones (seeds) as it fights signs of premature aging with red wine antioxidants from Bordeaux's finest vineyards. Watch lines, dark spots and uneven skin fade from sight as Farm to Jar™ ingredients work to reveal a visibly more youthful glow. Paraben-free. Gluten-free.
Features & Benefits:
- Vitisin: an antioxidant from the roots of wine-producing grapes shown to brighten the look of dark spots
- Resveratrox: an antioxidant with smoothing and firming benefits, taken from the skin, shoots and roots of the grape
- Lactic Acid: a natural alpha hydroxy acid that gently exfoliates the skin for a visibly renewed radiance
- Peach Stones (Seeds): natural exfoliating beads that manually buff away dead skin and debris
Pür Minerals does NOT test its products on animals.
Pur likes to say "Wine gets better with age. Your skin gets better with Pür".
And I say, "cheers to that"...
Thanks for sharing, Debi! This looks like it is worth a try!ReplyDelete