OZ Naturals Face Mask Review


Am I the only one who gets very skeptical of products that claim amazing things? Sometimes you’ll read the back of a product, and it claims to freshen, revitalize, renew, do your homework, and take the trash out too! I’m never sure what to believe in today’s advertising industry, so when I got this face mask that claimed to be “a botanical skin tsunami”, I was rather skeptical to say the least!

I received this Amino Herbal Hydration Mask in my August Ipsy bag, and I was so excited to test it out as soon as I saw it! It’s a 100% vegan, cruelty free, and 72% organic product made right here in the USA, so I was already pumped before I even read the ingredients list! According to the seller, this product hydrates, plumps, and nourishes skin cells. It claims to be gentle enough for daily use and that it will “leave skin hydrated, radiant, and more youthful looking.” Let’s see if it lived up to its advertising!


I’ve been using this product for four days now, and I have to say, so far it actually has made an incredible difference in my skin! I apply it to my skin directly after gently exfoliating in the shower, leave it on for about 20 minutes, rinse, and then follow with my normal moisturizing routine. My skin looks smoother and is plumper and more deeply moisturized. I think the hyaluronic acid in this product is the main culprit behind the great resurfacing to my skin, but this mask also contains vitamin B5 and vitamin E, two great things for your skin. Since I have quite dry skin, this was a great product for me. I’m not sure what results it would have on oily or combination skin however. Since it is meant to add moisture to dry skin, I don’t think I would recommend it for those skin types-it might cause more trouble than good!


Overall, I am very pleased with this product. This is one case of advertising that actually accurately described what the product does, although calling it “a botanical skin tsunami” might be going a little far haha. It has quickly become a major part to my skin routine! I would recommend it to anyone looking to add moisture or plumpness to their skin. You can find the full-sized version of it here for USD $21.99.

What skin products are you loving lately? Do you hate false advertising too? Any favorite face masks for summer? Let me know in the comments! Thanks for stopping by!

Love Kiki


All opinions are my own; this is not a sponsored post.

If you liked this post, you may also enjoy What’s In My August Ipsy Bag or Clarifying Cucumber Face Mask Review

85 thoughts on “OZ Naturals Face Mask Review

  1. Glad to hear you loved this! I swear products always say they can perform miracles and always under perform. I am obsessed with anything from Eminence Organics. Forever and always will use them!



  2. A skin tsunami could be a little bit excesive, yeah hahaha. It sounds amazing, for sure.
    Do you know if Ipsy bag ships to Spain? I’d like to get that suscription box, evey month is full of good products!
    Have a nice day! xx



  3. I’m always a bit skeptical when it comes to beauty products. I think that a lot of brands tend to really exaggerate when it comes to their claims. I always take my time to look at ingredients especially when it comes to skincare, since most of the time that proves how much of a false advertising I’m dealing with haha 😉 So glad that you loved this product thought and that it lived up to its hype 🙂

    Thirteen Thoughts


  4. Loving reviews and this one in particular for details and honesty 🙂
    I think this product would suit me perfectly since my skin is lacking hydration lately (strange ’cause it’s summer – well, not in England where I live lol).
    Absolutely can not stand false advertising, girl!
    I have written a little post today and included two of my most faves creams in there. Genuinely in love with them lol.
    xox Nadia


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