Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Spiced Up Berries Antioxidant Face Masque by Balanced Guru

Certified Organic Powder Face Mask

Balanced Guru's Spiced Up Berries Antioxidant Facial Masque is customizable skin care, activated by mixing with water, honey, greek yogurt or toner for the consistency and feel of the user's choice. The masque creates healthier, younger looking skin cells through Acai and Acerola Berries, Clove, Cinnamon, Oatmeal & Vitamin C for youthful, blemish-free and even toned skin. The Acerola Cherry packs more milligrams of Vitamin C than an orange, overflowing with collagen-building and acne fighting properties. 
Powder Face Masque 
Fact: While young skin is full of Vitamin C, skin naturally loses this nutrient over time resulting in pre-mature signs of aging. Blemishes are also caused by a lack of Vitamin C in your skin.

All of Balanced Guru products are made with certified organic food-graded ingredients meaning all of their ingredients are safe enough to eat and extremely rich in nutrients, anti-oxidants and vitamins that will make you see and feel the physical benefits of using them on your skin. Colorful berries are a great way to feed skin with antioxidants, while clove and cinnamon are also loaded with antioxidants to fight free radicals like UV rays, pollution, and other lifestyle factors that prematurely age skin. Vitamin C will give this masque an extra boost to also help brighten your complexion.

Directions: A single application will consist of about 1/6 oz of powder, adding your activator of choice (water, honey, greek yogurt or toner) based on the consistency you wish to achieve. The 4 oz jar has about 24 applications (enough for a 6-month supply used once weekly). Each jar comes with a spoon to scoop out the product and a spatula to help mix and apply. A brush is the preferred way to smooth over skin.

Retail size: 1oz, $12.50 or 4oz, $45 via www.balancedguru.com. 

Disclosure: No compensation was offered or taken in exchange for this feature article. I have no affiliation to any of these brands or retailers mentioned and any opinions expressed are my own. 


  1. Interesting product, one I would be interested in trying.

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