Blackstrap Molasses Mask reviews
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Kaolinite (kaolin clay), Maris limus (Moor mud), Morrocan Rhassoul lava clay, Saccharum officinarum (blackstrap molasses)*, distilled water, Rosa canina (rosehip) oil*, Dausus carota (carrot) seed oil*, L-ascorbic acid (active vit. C), potassium sorbate (natural preservative), Pelargonium roseum (geranium) oil*, Rosa centifolia absolute*. *Certified organic.
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i wouldn't say it's that good for acne cause when i used it i didn't see any difference,but when i eat a spoonful of it my acne seems to calm down the next morning so im just gonna stick to eating it instead.
I only used this a few times as a vegan alternative to honey. Not that molasses is compositionally similar to honey, but molasses has a lot of great nutrients and a ph that I thought would be appropriate for acne. To my surprise, it did seem to tighten the appearance of my skin after a few uses and may have even helped clogged pores a tad. I can't speak to its long-term usefulness because I got tired of the messiness. Would be curious to see if others see long-term results. Also nice combined with a french green clay mask.
Note: Blackstrap is much more nutritious than its refined counterparts.