“Refreshing herbs and fruit juice are blended with warming Ayurvedic herbs and spices. With ground almonds to polish and moisturizing honey, this blend leaves the skin vibrant and revitalized. Apply to Clean skin, avoiding the eye area. Leave for five to ten minutes, then rinse with warm water massaging gently. Keep chilled.”
Its primary ingredients consist of Kaolin, Talc, Lime, Sage, Rosemary, Egg, Honey, Glycerin, Fennel, Sweet Almond, Ginger, Parseley, Coriander and Turmeric.
I especially loved the scent, it was very pleasant and subtle. The consistency of the paste felt good on my skin – not too thick or thin. Although I do think consistency is something that depends on the ingredients but this especially felt good on my skin. I did feel slight irritation on my skin initially, but my skin is especially sensitive and that’s how it feels on most lush masks. It did not result in a rash of any sorts and just calmed down within the two minutes of application. All in all, it is a very exfoliating mask, like Lush’s Love Lettuce and for me is in the same ranks. From now on, I’d like to alternate between Love Lettuce and Brazened Honey. Love Lettuce is a better exfoliating mask and Brazened Honey has a more cooling, moisturizing properties to it.
If you are looking for an easy 10 minute pick up for your skin – Brazened Honey just may be your calling