Wednesday 16 October 2013


Humans are going back to nature. Gone are the days when we love all things chemically packed. New age speaks of using what's already there, what's natural. That's a good leap, I think. Our product for today is a classic example of loving what's natural. Weeks ago, I received a package that contains a face mask with a color, uhm, charcoal black that is, countless times I sniffed and thought if I should give it a try, I guess I'm glad I did.

Size: 50 grams | Price: Php 429 |Available at EchoStore, 
Sugarleaf and Velvet Rose | Follow them on Twitter @CamaruNaturals

The Application.
So, last minute I am still contemplating since I'm afraid to explore so much in terms of facial products. I read the material and sniffed it a bit more. Then I said, GO! Substance feels like a common mask, it takes a little amount of time to dry and clasp on your skin. In my case, I have to endure my brother's laugh trip while taking my "selfie" for this review.

Directions for Use: Wash your face, pat skin dry, apply mask avoiding the eye area and leave for 10 - 15 minutes. TIP: Put the tub on the fridge for an hour before use. It will give you a cool sensation and lessen the weird smell.

Camaru Naturals Promise.
Mask is specially formulated to protect the face from problems that result from everyday life. It works to cleanse, tone, nurture and renew the skin to regain and retain your skin's natural renewal process for smoother, more radiant, healthy and younger-looking skin. (Source: Camaru Material). Let's see my canvass sans the mask!

The Verdict.
Charcoal cleans. And this being an active element of our mask makes my face squeaky clean. I recommend this product to those who want to "detoxify" their rituals from chemically-laden to something natural. By the way, this beauty is CRUELTY FREE, PARABEN FREE and 100% VEGAN. I also think the whole process is FUN!

Ready to go commando? Even my smiley says... Commown!☻☻☻-CMK

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