A Fruit Enzyme Anti Aging Face Mask That Works — Warning, It Is Not Homemade!

Making my own natural face masks is a passion of mine. I love the control, the versatility, the independence, the potency, and of course, the money saving. That doesn't mean that I don't appreciate a great store bought treatment from time to time, especially if they have a lot of beauty bang for their buck. The Andalou Naturals BioActive 8 Berry Fruit Enzyme Mask is one of my favorites when it comes to anti aging skin care products. It's loaded with antioxidants and nutrients for cell repair and renewal, and it smells like sweet fruit, totally makes me want to have a berry pie baking in the oven. I also love how long it lasts. I have used it about 10 times now and have barely made a dent in my pretty little emerald jar, which of course, I will be reusing.

So what's the magic Andalou Naturals formula? No idea, but from looking at the ingredient list there is a nice blend of alpha hydroxy acids with cranberry, apple, lemon, and sugar. Natural exfoliants are great for keeping pores clean and for diminishing the appearance of fine lines. Then there are those anti aging antioxidants from white tea, resveratrol, and vitamin E, and of course some bacteria fighting manuka honey (even an anti aging face mask should fight acne!).

To use, cleanse as you would before any homemade treatment. Rinse with warm water to help open your pores. Make sure your skin is dry before applying. All you need is a little bit for a thin layer over your face and neck. Leave on for about 10 minutes, rinse and moisturize. My skin does tingle and even sting for about 30 seconds at first. If your skin is very sensitive, you may want to skip this mask, but for all other skin types, this is a great anti-aging, affordable option. With all the oil dissolving fruit acids and enzymes, I give it a big thumbs up for treating mild acne as well.


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