Product of the Week – balance Me Radiance Face Mask

Right – I realise I should rename Beauty Mouth ‘the Wednesday blog’ – so apologies for the randomness – again – and thank you for your patience and support. It’s never taken for granted and is always appreciated. Best I stop there before I start to sound like I’m accepting a Nobel Peace Prize.

On to this weeks’s fabulous Product of the Week.

There is nothing not to love about this product. Firstly – it’s made by the girls at balance Me – one of the few who when they say ‘natural’ they mean NATURAL. They’re also lovely, lovely people. And smart. Genuine. No egos. And no – I’m not employed by them in any way. They just are.

So on to the product. I love a clay mask. We used to make them up ourselves in college as part of our training – changing the clay to reflect the client’s skin. Clay is the best. Gentle, effective and cheap! Hallelujah!

The balance me Radiance Face Mask is a recent addition to the range – included in their skincare launch this year and adding to the hugely successful bath and body range they initially launched with. It contains kaolin, fruit acids (gentle), crushed walnut shells and rosemary, palma rosa, lavender and chamomile to ensure it smooths and softens while doing the job.

It has a perfect texture, gentle scent and works. No redness or irritation here people. LOVE.

If you fancy trying one for yourself the balance Me team are offering one up to a BM reader. Simply leave your name/twitter ID/email – whichever – in a comment and they’ll pick a winner next week.

I told you they were nice.

balance Me Radiance Face Mask is £18.00 and is available here along with further information on the brand.

Fine print.
I paid for my mask.
Yours will be a gift from balance Me.
It’s bloody lovely.

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