May Lindstrom The Problem Solver Warming Correcting Mask Review

Masks… they are so inviting, aren’t they?  They just make everything better.  This is especially true when you have a gorgeous lux mask that is really a dream.  Yes, today I am talking about May Lindstrom… only one of her beautiful products (spoiler: all that I have tried are fantastic!), but I am here to tell you why (that’s the best part, anyway). 🙂

This is no ordinary mask.  It comes as a finely milled powder.  Yes, it’s different, but oh so good.  The idea is to make your own mask.  You can mix with water, but I mixed mine with May Lindstrom’s The Jasmine Garden botanical facial mist, which is delightful.

The picture on the left shows where I first applied the mask.  The one on the right shows the mask after it has dried.

May Lindstrom’s website recommends that this is only to be used twice a week.  It is to “brighten, heal inflammation and irritation, fades spots and hyperpigmentation, and treats and prevents breakouts,” as indicated by the website.

How does it do all of that?  Well, it is made of wonderful ingredients.  The entire brand is based on “nutrient-rich ingredients that are harvested in a mindful and sustainable manner.” (MayLindstrom.com)  It is lux, indulgent and such a wonderful treat.

How did my skin feel? AMAZING.  Worth every penny… because, to be honest, it’s not cheap.  This 8.45oz/250mL will cost you $100. Yes, I know, I know… WHAT?! you say?…. just know what you are putting on your face is more than a mask… it’s an experience.

All in all, it is a wonderful treat.  This would be a beautiful gift for any skincare enthusiast.  Frankly, I would love the whole line…

Maybe one day… it is my birthday this month… 🙂

Wishing you all the bright fireflies,

Jennifer

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