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Friday, December 12, 2014

Makeup and Muses: 100% Pure Dark Spot Remover & Hair Mask

If you're looking for a few natural and organic products to add as stocking stuffers this Christmas, then you have to try some of the great items by 100% Pure. I've been a fan of their skincare and beauty products for a couple years now. They've been mentioned on the Muse a few times as well--from the Honey Almond Body Scrub and the Coffee Bean Caffeine Eye Cream to the nail polish collections.

I'd like to introduce you to two other 100% Pure products that I'm loving this fall/winter, and that would make the perfect holiday gifts for anyone on your list who is into natural products or hair and skincare.
Dark Spot Remover - I try a lot of various products on my face. And I also happen to have very sensitive skin. Most of the products I try don't work, or they work at first but then lose their luster after a few weeks. What I like about the 100% Pure Dark Spot Remover is that it seems to be doing the job at making my skin appear more even. I get carded everywhere I go and everyone thinks I'm a teenager, and I chalk that up to having pretty even skin (and chipmunk cheeks). But it also means that I suffer from "adult acne" so I need products like these to remove those dark spots from old blemishes so I can continue to get carded well into my 60s.

What I love most about the dark spot remover? It's 100% natural and vegan (the first two ingredients are aloe juice and sake) and comes in such a kick-ass bottle, made from post consumer recycled paper!

My only qualm? I wish it smelled a little better. I don't need it to smell like fresh flowers (because unscented things are actually better for my sensitive skin), but it would be nice with a sweeter aroma.

Sea Algae Hair Mask - Although right now I'm wearing my hair in a protective style, I'm #teamnatural. This means that I'm quite picky when it comes to hair products because I don't want my natural curls to get damaged. So the 100% Pure Sea Algae Hair Mask wins since it's cruelty-free, natural and vegan. I don't have to worry about harsh sulfates ruining my locs. You can use this one to three times a week after shampooing (being natural, I use this once a week as part of my co-wash experience). Comb it through to untangle the hair while also evenly distributing the mask all over. Let it sit for a few minutes before rinsing with cool water. Then voila! Your hair feels moisturized, strengthened and healthy.

What I love most about the sea algae hair mask? It smells really nice, comes in an easy-to-use bottle, and actually makes me feel like I'm nourishing my hair with vitamins to restore any damage.

My only qualm? I wish this came in a leave-in conditioner form so I didn't have to wash it out.

Have you used these products or any others by 100% Pure?

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