Mask Monday: Rose Stem Cell

 

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Masks have been a regular in my skincare routine since I was in middle school using Freeman Beauty’s Cucumber Peel-Off Gel Mask. So when I came across Peter Thomas Roth several years back, it’s no surprise I fell in love with their line of masks.

Since then, the brand has grown their mask line, yet my favorite remains the same. The Rose Stem Cell gel mask was my first purchase and, to this day, remains a repeated purchase of mine. I can count on it to instantly brighten my face, tighten my pores, and hydrate my skin.

 
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My favorite thing about this mask is that it doubles as a sleep mask. It’s my secret weapon on nights I have to work late, if I plan to drink more than usual, or if my kids have been waking up from nightmares. By sleeping with the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell mask on, I wake up with skin that looks well-rested and refreshed instead of dull and tired. It’s a hot pink miracle.

I also use this face mask when my skin is sensitive.

I find that the cooling gel of the Rose Stem Cell mask helps reduce inflammation a bit and reduces redness caused by irritation. It also hydrates the area so when I wake up, my skin looks close to normal (depending on how stressed it was to begin with).

 
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When I tell you this face mask lasts forever, I mean forever. 

Despite my deep love for the product, I’ve only had to replace it once! When you use it as a sleep mask, you rub a very thin layer as the last product on your face instead of slathering it on as a regular mask, so I’m able to extend the product life. 

And, it will not rub off or stain your white sheets.

I was concerned it would rub off on my sheets. We invested in luxurious white sheets to give us the best possible sleep and I didn’t want to compromise that purchase with a hot pink mask. Several empty jars later, I can safely affirm that as long as you wait for the mask to dry, it will not rub off or stain your white sheets.

The bad? The price is high for some - at $28 a jar - but as something that will last you several months, I consider it worth the price.

 

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