Review: Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask

Andalou Naturals Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask

Tis the season for all things pumpkin spice (lattes, candles, uhhhh … spice?). And although fall is my absolute favorite season, I’m not a huge fan of the pumpkin spice trend. There are two exceptions, however.

Pumpkin spice is A-OK with me when it’s in a pumpkin pie (naturally) and also in this Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask ($14.95) from Andalou Naturals.

This facial mask is legit, affordable, and powerful. It has the texture and smell of actual pumpkin pie filling — the main ingredient is organic pumpkin puree — but it also contains manuka honey, glycolic acid, fruit stem cells, and Vitamin C. (Side note: September is also National Honey Month!)

My skin is a bit tired from all the summering I did this year, but I can tell an absolute difference in my skin tone and texture after 20 minutes with this yummy-smelling mask. Plus, it’s a really budget-friendly addition to your skincare arsenal, at less than $15 for a small jar.

One word of warning: The glycolic acid in this mask is pretty potent, so if you have sensitive skin, it may not be for you. (My advice? Grab a sample size and test it out.) The exfoliation this little pumpkin mask delivers is real, and it does tingle/sting for about the first 30 seconds.

Have you tried this facial mask? Does your skin love it as much as mine does?

(Image via Andalou Naturals.)

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One Comment on Review: Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask

  1. Kelly Love Johnson said on

    I tried the sample size a few weeks ago and immediately ordered the full size! Loved the tingling and how glowy my skin was after masking. Not too harsh so I can use it 2-3 times a week.

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