La Vie en Rose Collection
by LaRose Bath and Beauty
Originally posted February 8th, 2018
It has been quite some time since there has been a beauty review on my blog. My goal is to start the process of changing that today. Back in January of 2018, I won a giveaway. It was hosted by Simply Shaiz and the products were from LaRose Bath & Beauty.
I will be sharing my thoughts on the moisturizer, clay mask, and toner that I was sent. Heziah was kind enough to share her discount code with me, I will put that at the end of the post.
Information About LaRose Bath & Beauty
LaRose Bath & Beauty uses organic and natural ingredients to make its products. I took a moment to get familiar with the website and I really like the Ingredients Page. Not only does it list what they use, but it gives an explanation of how it helps. This will be useful to some who want to find more information about natural products. Or what is in inside their current products.
Ingredients: clay (french rose), organic rose petals
In the directions, it gave the option to mix with either water or honey. I chose honey. Clay by itself is great for oily skin, and getting the toxins out of your skin. Honey naturally has plenty of antioxidants and it is good for redness. Putting both of them together seemed like a no-brainer for me. The smell was an added bonus, it was very relaxing.
Following the instructions, I applied it to my face and let it dry. My skin didn’t feel overly dry afterward. It felt clean and smooth. This is definitely a mask that I would recommend.
Ingredients: Organic Rosa Damascena Distillate (Rose Water)
I absolutely love how simplistic these products are. Since I started my blog I have become more consciously aware of what my products are made of. Reading just one ingredient is like a breath of fresh air. This toner is really good. I’m used to using my homemade ACV toner and the vinegar has to be distilled because it is so harsh. Comparing the two, the Rose Water Toner is so light and refreshing.
Ingredients: Organic Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Organic Rosa Aff. Rubiginosa (Rose Hips), Organic Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Organic Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Organic Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Seed oil
All of the oils listed in the ingredients are great for moisture and dry skin. You would think with all the oils listed it, using this would leave your skin dripping with oil. That is not the case at all. Some of these oils penetrate in the skin that your face won’t shine or glisten. When I applied it, I could tell that my skin was moisturized but not heavily done. This was actually my favorite product out of the trio.
I have supplied the links to each product in the subheadings. Please let me know what you thought about this review, and if you would ever buy from LaRose Bath & Beauty.
If you would like to purchase any items, please use my friends code for a discount. It is: Shaiz10
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