Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Mask Review

Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Mask Review

Ever since I read about Martha Stewart and her daily a.m. facials, I’ve been meaning to up my own facial game. The new Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Mask makes it easy–and the payoff is huge.

The cooling, pink gel smooths on smoothly and dries in about 10 minutes. Because it’s a gel, it rinses off easier than other masks that dry to a, well, mask. Try putting the mask in the fridge for a  quick refresher on one of these hot steamy mornings.

The Benefits of the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Mask

The mask combines five rose stem cells  blended with four rose extracts to help stimulate skin cell turnover, that all important process for younger looking skin. The rose stem cells contain anti-inflammatory and pore tightening properties and are ultra-hydrating without feeling greasy, while the rose extracts have vitamins A and C to soothe and heal irritated skin.

I’ve been using the mask two mornings a week. It leaves my skin glowing and brighter. I also love that it’s easy to wipe off and doesn’t get in my hair, a must on those days I’m not washing my hair.

The Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Mask is appropriate for all skin types and costs $45 at PeterThomasRoth.com.

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