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la bella figura bio active healing mask

Though I tend to shy away from facial masks formulated for dry, irritated skin, I couldn’t help but at least try La Bella Figura’s new Bio Active Healing Mask — and I’m sure glad I did.

la bella figura bio active healing mask

{La Bella Figura sent me a sample of its Bio Active Healing Mask, which costs $60 for a 2-ounce jar. Photo Courtesy La Bella Figura}

Facial masks that promise to de-gunk and detox my skin dominate my collection of spa day treats. However, in the dead of winter (real winter, as in 15 degrees when I wake up), my oily skin is actually parched, and I need a little extra help retaining moisture.

On Sunday spa days (or, whatever, the middle of the week while the teacher man and I watch The West Wing on Netflix), I like to experiment with moisturizing masks pre-bedtime.

La Bella Figura’s Bio Active Healing Mask is one that I’m absolutely smitten with because of how it not only drenches my skin in much-needed natural oils, but how it also helps unplug some of my deeply rooted blackheads. How is this possible?!

la bella figura bio active healing mask sample

{I used the entire contents of this small sample jar for one facial — and that was all it took to be hooked!}

Let’s scan through the yummy ingredients:

Organic Raw Manuka Honey, Organic Aronia Berry Powder, Amazonian White Clay, Barbary Fig Seed Oil, Organic Rosehip Seed Oil, Organic Vanilla Seeds, Organic Jasmine Petals, Organic Calendula Extract, Organic Turmeric Essential Oil, Wild Crafted Jasmine Essential Oil, Wild Crafted Jojoba Seed  Oil, Organic Non-GMO Vitamin E Oil

I’m pretty sure it’s the lovely combination of “de-gunkifying” manuka honey and Amazonian white clay with oh-so-luscious barbary fig seed, rosehip seed and jojoba seed oils that give this mask a 1-2 punch in the detox and rehydrate ring. I love this mask!

I’m also drawn to the intoxicating jasmine scent (I’m obsessed with jasmine), and the gorgeous, deep berry color of the mask just feels pretty (and no, it doesn’t stain your skin).

la bella figura bio active healing mask

{How yummy does this mask look? I’ve never seen a facial mask with such vibrant color!}

You may remember that I also reviewed La Bella Figura’s Bio Active Purifying Mask a few months ago. I loved it as well and want to make space for it, but I think the Bio Active Healing Mask outperformed it on my skin this winter. Get ready to come to your new home, healing mask!

Do you ever try products that are formulated for other skin types? How strict does your skin adhere to specific skin type rules? Do we all really have combination skin? Tell me some of your beauty experiments in the comments section.


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