Don’t you love a good face mask that makes the skin look brighter, rejuvenated and smooth to the touch? And when the face mask has just a bunch of skin-loving ingredients without unnecessary additives then it works like food for the skin. I recently discovered one such scrub cum mask from the brand BohoHerbs, along with their beautiful rose water. Read on to find out more about these products.
BohoHerbs Vegetable Peel Scrub | Review
One thing that stood out to me about BohoHerbs was the minimalism, be it in their simple packaging that looks luxurious or their no-nonsense ingredient list. The BohoHerbs Vegetable Peel Scrub is an apt example of the same. This powder-based scrub cum mask contains only 6 ingredients that work wonderfully for the skin. It is a finely-milled powder with almond, rice powder, khus-khus, dry green peas, rose petals and sunflower seeds. You are supposed to mix it with milk or rose water to a paste consistency and use as a scrub or face pack.
What I Love About The BohoHerbs Vegetable Peel Scrub
These days, it is very easy to find a clay mask in India, but the BohoHerbs Vegetable Peel Scrub is rare for me because it doesn’t contain clay and has rice powder as the base ingredient. While clay masks can be a bit drying for normal to dry skin, rice powder masks are gentler and non-drying. Rice powder and pea powder contain powerful antioxidants that brighten the skin. This, along with the exfoliation offered by Almond powder, makes for a wonderful brightening mask.
The scrub particles in this finely millled powder are not too gritty, and offer the right amount of physical exfoliation when you go in with a gentle hand. I like to leave this mask on for around 10 minutes, within which time it starts to dry. As soon as it begins to dry, I wet it again and massage it off my face with a circular motion. It leaves my skin non-greasy, soft and radiant. I will highly recommend using this vitamin-rich mask once a week to get rid of dullness, dead skin and excessive oiliness. If you are a fan of physical scrubs then you will love the BohoHerbs Vegetable Peel Scrub for sure! Click here to buy!
BohoHerbs Rose Water Review
The BohoHerbs Rose Water is a blend of distilled water, rose hydrosol, rose oil, and rose petals with glycerine for the added hydration. This luxurious-looking rose water has rose petals floating in it, which make it look all the more appealing. You can use this product as a face mist, toner or mixer for your face packs. It works particularly well for oily skin by offering mild hydration without any greasiness.
What I Love About The BohoHerbs Rose Water
One thing that makes the BohoHerbs Rose Water unique is that the bottle has a flip lid that makes it easy for me to pour the product. This is why I love to use this rose water as a mixer for my powder masks or face packs. I have also poured some of the rose water in a spray bottle to use as a mist. When used as a mist it feels refreshing and hydrating on the skin while being extremely mild. I can never have enough rose water in my collection and this beautiful product with rose petals floating through it is a lovely addition to my vanity. Click here to buy the BohoHerbs Rose Water.
Overall, I am quite impressed with the brand BohoHerbs and their “less is more” approach to skincare. With targeted ingredients and fuss-free formulations, they are a brand that I would love to explore more in the future. Have you tried any products from BohoHerbs yet? Do let me know in the comments!
This post is sponsored by the brand, all opinions are based on my true personal experience.