With summer weather arriving with a wham, season changes always makes me want to change up my routine. Or at least add a couple of items here and there to mix it up a bit. Moor Spa recently reached out, giving me the opportunity to try out a few of their products! I decided to pick a couple items that either seemed ‘different’ or ones that I didn’t have a lot of (aka no face masks)!
Eye Zone Cream
First up is the Moor Spa Eye Zone Cream. I decided to request this just because I actually don’t have an eye cream on the go. I was very pleasantly surprised with this. The cream was refreshing and light. I put this one on at night and the next day my eye area felt smooth and moisturized. This was an easy integration into my skincare routine!
One item that interested me was the Moor Spa Body Mask. I’ve never really seen anything like this marketed. The instructions were very specific on this and definitely felt like it would be best used in a professional environment. I decided to use it in the shower which was a bit of a challenge. I used this on one of my shaving/ exfoliation days and I really liked it! It made my skin feel smooth and I almost felt it closed my pores (which was great after shaving). I can see myself using this throughout the summer.
I actually decided to try this thanks to Amy from Pretty in Bronze. She did a review on this and quite enjoyed it. It’s recommended that you don’t run a hot bath with this as you can get drowsy which sort of scared me. My bath ended up kind of cold instead which wasn’t super pleasant.
With that being said though, similar to the Body Mask, my skin felt quite nice after using this. My skin felt smooth and the pores on my body felt tighter (is that a thing?). The black colour was kind of interesting. A big change from my usual ultra glitter bath bombs from Lush. Once the whole bag was in the bath, the water was DARK! The great thing was that the tub was pretty easy to clean right after my bath and it left no staining on my tub.
About Moor Spa
Moor Spa mostly caters to professional spas, but individual consumers can easily apply for a ‘code’ that is used for purchase on their website. Their claim to fame is their use of the Austrian Moor. Moor is a ‘rare form of nutrient-rich peat created by the gradual transformation of herbs, plants & flowers that have been permanently submerged under water or underground.’ The ingredient is supposed to enhance the health and overall well-being of the skin.
Moor Spa is also 100% natural. As stated on their website: ‘Unlike many products which claim to be natural, Moor Spa is completely free of synthetic preservatives, parabens, sulfates, artificial colors and fragrances and petroleum-derived chemicals such as PEG, propylene glycol or mineral oil.’
All in all, using items from Moor Spa were interesting! They were fun to use and added a bit of pizzazz to my skincare routine! I did notice some benefits too which is always a positive thing when using skincare.
Thanks so much for reading! Hope you have a great day!
*Sent for Review