A Review: Fresh Floral Recovery Calming Mask.

For the longest time, I didn’t try any products from Fresh for several reasons: 1. They were at a higher price than what I usually purchased, 2. They weren’t available at Ulta (I’m obsessed with earning Ulta points), and 3. I knew I would probably really like them.

And I was right about number three!

Ulta started carrying Fresh at least a year ago, and I’ve been trying products one at a time. I have yet to be disappointed.

My latest purchase was the Floral Recovery Calming Mask, and it’s become a staple in my weekly facial routine (read about my 11-step at-home facial and the products I use).

The Fresh Floral Recovery Calming Mask is an overnight treatment for uneven and rough skin. I’m always looking for products to soothe my often irritated skin, and this stuff is so luxe. I can always tell a difference the following day!

This mask has floral extracts, including passionflower, cornflower, cherry blossom, and peony, that helps calm the skin for a visible difference. And… it smells delightful!

One thing that’s really important to me is the texture of the products I use; this is a thick, smooth mask. It’s not drying at all and locks moisture into my skin.

I put it on before I go to bed at least once per week and let it soak in before allowing my face to touch the pillow to ensure I get all the benefits of the mask.

The price point may be a shocker for some, but you don’t need much of this mask to cover your entire face, so the jar will last a while.

I recommend this if you suffer from red, irritated skin or get breakouts.

This beauty review is not sponsored — nor are any of the reviews on this blog. I am a beauty and skincare junkie and enjoy sharing the products I love right here! For more reviews and similar posts, please subscribe to the blog by clicking subscribe on the right side of your screen. Cheers!

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