Ooharr Natural Retro Inspired Facemask

When it comes to skincare I have a love hate relationship with my face as my sensitive skin has good days and bad; sometimes it’s greasy and spot prone, other times it’s dry and flaky so having a regular pamper routine in place is a necessary luxury to keep my skin in tip top condition. I’ve only just discovered Ooharr but already I’m head over heels!

Ooharr Natural Retro Inspired Facemasks

Ooharr Natural Retro Inspired Facemasks

Amphora Aromatics have just launched their new and exciting brand Ooharr with a fabulous range of retro facemarks made from natural ingredients and essential oils such as vanilla, honey, Aloe Vera and rose. This trio of paraben-free clay masks are suitable for all skin types and the perfect pick-me-up after a long and stressful day. The masks are specially blended to detoxify the skin and draw out impurities whilst moisturising and conditioning to leave you feeling energised and revitalised.

Here I am wearing the Star Glow skin polishing face mask which is vitamin and mineral enriched to brighten the skin and leave behind a healthy glowing appearance. The clay is thick and smooth with a scattering of gritty pieces throughout and smells deliciously like rhubarb and custard sweets which left me drooling for the entire 15mins that I had it on my face and I had to stop myself from trying to lick it off. The clay is refreshingly cool and dries into the skin, caking like a heavy foundation to show that it has completed its treatment as it turns light. It’s easy to rinse off with warm water and the sachet advises to rinse the face with cold water after to close the pores. My skin feels beautifully soft and supple and looks like I’ve had the best sleep of my life! Priced at just £1.50 per 15ml sachet from Ooharr they’re generously portioned, beautifully natural and leave you feeling reborn.

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Tracy Kiss

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London, UK

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