I’ve talked about it before but I honestly was lusting for the brand’s products for ages now. I am still wishing for The Blue Cocoon and The Clean Dirt in my life. However, I made my first May Lindstrom product purchase a few weeks ago and as my first product by the brand, I chose The Honey Mud. This gem is not only versatile but also promises the ultimate spa experience. The golden potion looks and smells like a heavenly dessert.

“An exquisitely distinctive union of raw honey, white halloysite clay and aromatic pure plant oils marry to envelope you in a truly intoxicating and highly addictive cleansing ritual.” – May Lindstrom

Suggested Usage

You can either use The Honey Mud as your daily cleanser or you can use it as a mask. The latter is my preferred use since the product is so very luxurious, I feel like it is too exquisite to be used in the daily cleansing ritual. I rather like to apply it on a night in and leave it on for 20 minutes in order to really profit from the benefits the mask provides. For the ritual, I simply cleanse my skin as per usual. Afterwards, I apply a nice amount of product of The Honey Mud onto dry skin and leave it there for the suggested time. It works like a mini spa treatment, trust me.

The Result

The pudding-like gem clears the skin in the most gentle way. The face will be freed of pollutants and in return, the skin is infused with active enzymes. It is left nourished and hydrated. In addition, the process aids the skin to get back to its individual rhythm. The first thoughts you are going to have after taking the mask off will be about the calm and balanced complexion. You will be able to notice it immediately. For me, the mask has made such a difference, not only to my skin but also to my mood. The potion knows how to envelop you into the world full of luxury, relaxation and calmness. In the end, the effect will not only be visible on the outside. It will also be noticeable on a deeper level.

The Honey Mud

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