giveaway | dr. hauschka cleansing clay mask from saffron rouge

My skin’s been working overtime this week with Kansas City Fashion Week in full swing.

It’s also been recovering from our past two snowstorms from hell (oxymoron?), and I’m definitely looking forward to some Sunday spa time in a couple days.

You’ll soon be looking forward to some Sunday spa time yourself!

Today’s giveaway item is the hardworking Dr. Hauschka Cleansing Clay Mask mentioned in Tuesday’s post.

dr. hauschka cleansing clay mask

{Saffron Rouge, an online retailer specializing in organic cosmetics and beauty products, is generously gifting one lucky reader a jar of Dr. Hauschka Cleansing Clay Mask, which retails for $49.95.}

My friends at Saffron Rouge are so thrilled to share this clay mask readers — you ready to win it?

You know the drill: Use the handy-dandy Rafflecopter widget below to enter to win.

We’ll announce the winners next week … and who knows, if we’re nice, Saffron Rouge *might* just be up for another natural beauty giveaway!

(Be nice, be nice!)

Giveaway begins Friday, March 1, 2013, at 12:0o a.m. Central, and closes on Friday, March 8, 2013, at 12:0o a.m. Central.

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  • Catherine C.

    My skin type is combo. Dry around my mouth and chin, oily on my cheeks and forehead. It can be annoying! I have to deal with acne sometimes so I use a charcoal mask and also have a prescription spot treatment.

  • Jade

    Drier in the winter, oilier in the winter, but never hitting the ends of either spectrum. Cheeks have been most blemish-problematic for a couple months now, but since I’ve switched to a “healing” mindset rather than a “fighting” mindset, they’ve been behaving so much better. As of late, I’ve been feeding it Dr. Alkaitis Soothing Gel, Dr. Alkaitis Nourishing Treatment Oil, May Lindstrom Clean Dirt, and makeupping with RMS Beauty “un” cover-up. Skin is loving it!

  • amyxincx

    I have combination skin, which means some blemishes + yet still dry bits! I use Dr. Woods Tea tree cleanser + Burt’s Bees Ageless Serum (blend of good oils)/Argan Oil at night, and my skin is currently pretty happy.

  • Ginger G.

    I have combination skin, and I just started using argan oil which is actually helping!

  • Lindsey

    I have combination skin but now that I’m in my late 20s I’m starting to get concerned about aging! I use Kahina’s argan oil and the Blue Chamomile Face Cream from my client Roots Rose Radish to boost my skin in the winter!

  • I think I have combination skin, but I’m not very sure. I sometimes get pimples and breakouts. Don’t really have a trick yet to treat my problems, but hoping to find one soon!

    Thanks for the giveaway!