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Honey Mud Mask, May Lindstrom Skin; Resurfacing Mask, Tata Harper; Deep Cleansing Mask, Grown Alchemist; Gel Mask, Sisley Paris; Radiance Mask, Tatcha; Spot Treatment Mask, Herbivore
I absolutely loved the Honey Mud Mask – I wanted it for so long and was so thrilled when I finally got to try it. It’s luxurious, and decadent for sure. Unfortunately it caused my skin to react in a way it never had before. I had bumps, a rash and redness all over my face and down to my neck. I don’t usually react to products or have sensitive skin so this was a complete shock! I was lucky enough to be able to get a refund from Space NK and to be fair to May Lindstrom’s Care team – they were extremely helpful in helping me pinpoint whether or not it was the mask.
The day before you posted this, May Lindstrom in fact announced the temporary ceasing of sales of the Honey Mud Mask. Here’s some of what the email said.
“Recently, we’ve found ourselves confronted very directly with the challenging side of what it means to be an uncompromisingly plant-based, natural brand. Working with the world’s freshest, direct-sourced, food-grade ingredients in their least processed and most potent state is our foundation and with this comes both the benefit of these live enzymes and rich nutrient activity, as well as the potential for this “activity” to result in rare instances of bloom or mild fermentation – the same as that can happen in any fresh, organic food. We have now observed this occurrence within certain batches of The Honey Mud in our lab, which brings us to this conversation.
We are investigating a theory that previously undetected, dormant microbes within clay can be brought to life when fed with the nourishment of our raw honey.”
Interesting right?! I love the transparency. Im hoping the newly improved product will be much better for my skin x
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