Hi guys! I’ve been making an effort to do a face mask a week as part of my skincare routine so I’ve been really enjoying trying out different ones that I’ve acquired over the past while. Today I’m sharing my recent experience with the Farmacy Honey Potion Renewing Antioxidant Hydration Mask with you. I picked this up with some Sephora points with another Farmacy product but this was my first time using it. Farmacy is a brand I had been wanting to try for awhile so I was eager to try this out (as well as the Sleep Tight Balm which I’ve recently emptied 💔).
When first applied the Farmacy Honey Potion feels exactly like you would think… sticky like sweet honey. I globbed (that’s the best word I can think of) it all over my face and instantly felt a warming sensation. After snapping a quick picture, I started to massage it into my face as the instructions indicate for 1 to 2 minutes. It continued to warm and transformed into a white cream. The packaging said it would change but I was pretty surprised with how much it transformed (second photo below). After I was done massaging it into my face I let it sit for 15 minutes before removing it. The last photo below is right before I rinsed it off.
The Farmacy Honey Potion rinsed off quite effortlessly and left me with very soft, smooth skin. I also noticed that my pores looked smaller. I didn’t really expect that result but I’m not complaining. Perhaps my eyes were deceiving me but my pores looked a lot better after using this.
Overall, I’m pretty in love with the Farmacy Honey Potion. It is supposed to help even out dull and uneven skin and I really felt like it did that. The warming sensation and the transformation of the mask made it feel like a very luxurious experience. Now, with that said, this is a very pricy face mask as it retails for $75CAD. I don’t normally shell out large amounts of money on products like this but, I would definitely consider picking up a full size. I do have more of my sample left so I’ll give it a few more tries before coming to a final decision. Keep an eye out for this product in my next empties post!
Have you tried any great face masks lately? Let me know in the comments down below!