Sunday, January 16, 2011

Kenzo Belle De Jour White Lotus Mask

New from Kenzo, theBelle De Jour White Lotus Face Mask 2.5oz ($70) is an exceptional face cream that enhances the skin’s natural beauty by protecting it from free radicals and the harmful stress hormone –Cortisol. The skin is restored to its natural balance and left luminous and soft.

What does it do?

Increases radiance
Protects from free radicals

The White Lotus mask wraps the skin inside a bubble, restoring its optimal balance for a radical effect on the beauty of the face. After applying the mask, Cortisollevels drop around 23% after one application. The skin is left luminous and radiant.

First thought was this is a beautiful face mask, Kenzo always impresses with packaging. The mask comes with a face brush to apply the cream gently to the face, and the brush comes with soft bristles with the Kenzo logo written on the side. Most face masks aren't going to give you something to apply the mask with, and if they do, it's usually a little plastic spoon that you usually just throw to the side. This however, will stay in my collection long after the mask is gone.

The Cream itself is rich and velvety, it won't leave your skin feeling greasy or oily. The smell of white lotus is rather strong, so if you hate White Lotus, you should probably stay away from this one. I however love the flowery soft scent, the smell is quite intense, but won't overpower you when it's on your face. It leaves your skin feeling relaxed and fresh. Simply apply the cream with the brush, one light layer over you face works best, then after 10 minutes, remove the mask with a cotton ball and your face feels like it's been reborn. Love it!

Masks can sometimes leave your face red or irritated, the Kenzo White Lotus Mask is perfect for relaxation. It reminds me of a long luxurious bubble bath, only for your face. Even people like myself, who aren't loving flower scents will appreciate this one. You can purchase the Belle De Jour White Lotus Mask at

Disclosure: Product was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received for this post.

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