Reviva Labs Hawaiian Seaweed Beauty Mask

Disclaimer: Press sample. See bottom for more.

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There’s nothing that says at-home spa day like slathering on a new, clay-based facial mask!

I recently received Reviva Labs Hawaiian Seaweed Mask for review, and made sure I cracked it open for the first time on a Saturday, when I had a morning planned of nothing but whatever I wanted to do – I really love mornings (and whole days!) like that.

Here’s a peek at the Mask packaging:

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Here’s what it looks like:

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Here’s the ingredients:

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I don’t know why, but I love that it has an expiration date on it:

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There’s one on the bottom of the mask container, too, so I don’t have to worry about forgetting if I throw the box away!

So what are the details? What makes it special? The Hawaiian Seaweed Mask is a deep-cleansing, mineral-rich and energizing mask. It’s supposed to help your skin achieve a moisture balance, and can be used by all skin types. I have sensitive skin.

So how did it do for me?

Here are photos of me during the mask process! (I am not even the kind of person that cringes putting these out there LOL):

BEFORE the mask:

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DURING the mask:

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AFTER the mask:

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II kept the mask on for 30 minutes. I wiped it off with a warm cloth, as the directions recommend.

I’m not sure if you can tell from my before and after photos, because there’s really no change in the color of my ruddy complexion, but when my face was clean, it felt so refreshed, and soft. It felt pampered, and even though it was red, it felt cooled. Sometimes with rosacea, my skin can feel hot and itchy.

As I said, this mask is recommended for all skin types, but it’s particularly good for helping those with combination skin avoid breakouts.

The Hawaiian Seaweed Mask retails for $12, for 1.5 oz. It doesn’t look like a lot when you open the pot, but I didn’t use nearly as much as I thought I would, and it has several Saturday-morning-spa-day uses inside! This product is also cruelty, paraben and animal ingredient free. It’s made in the USA. You can purchase it from the link at the top of this post, or where you find Reviva Labs in stores. When my pot runs out, I’m going to check out Ulta or my local Image Beauty for a replacement!

Have you tried this mask? Do you enjoy using products like this on a day when you have time to take care of yourself, like I do? When do you love to do a mask?! I’d love to hear your thoughts on the mask, and your pampering, in the comments below!

Disclaimer: I received the Hawaiian Seaweed Mask for review from the PR Firm/Manufacturer. Please visit my Disclosure tab for more information on how BeautyJudy.com keeps it real!