Especially in autumn and winter, at least the autumn is waiting already at the door, our skin needs moisture. The matching Dr. Hauschka cream mask has been revised and I was allowed to test this.
“From 1 September the Rich cream mask with a new formulation, smooth texture, a higher proportion of essential oils and a captivating fresh scent now also at selected retailers is available.
What distinguishes the rich cream mask from the other Dr. Hauschka masks?
The rich cream mask nourishes the skin intensively and smells it fresh and light. It activates the moisture retention of the skin, strengthens its protective casing and regenerates sustainably. Many precious vegetable oils such as almond oil, avocado oil and jojoba oil envelop the skin noticeably – it receives new elasticity and a rosy complexion.
Tip: Rich cream mask can both classic – be used as a protection against the cold, in which it is applied in a small amount over the day care – as an intensive treatment mask for dry, sensitive, in need of regeneration and damaged by environmental influences skin. Dry lips will benefit equally from this care Kick “(Source: Dr. Hauschka).
The rich cream mask once or twice a week generously to cleansed face (incl. Eye area), neck and décolleté. After 20 minutes with a damp warm cloth decrease.
The mask smells of rose and is very pleasant to apply. It doesn’t burn on the skin at al, I did well tolerated. After removing the mask, the skin is soft and feels saturated.
Water, quince seed extract, sunflower oil, olive oil, avocado oil, almond oil, vegetable glycerin, sorbitol, beeswax, polyglycerol fatty acid esters, jojoba oil, vegetable triglycerides, essential oils, wheat bran extract, Rose wax, zinc stearate, sodium chloride, lanolin, sugar fatty Fester, glycerol -Fettsäurefester, propolis, alcohol.
The Cream Mask by Dr. Hauschka natural cosmetics nourishes the skin intensively and is very mild. Nevertheless, it has a pleasant scent of roses. The various vegetable oils contained supply the skin with moisture and maintain them.
Alcohol is at the last place of ingredients list, for preservation, but I see now no problem with that in this product.
Do you already know the masks from Dr. Hauschka?