Wild Honey Apothecary Buttermilk Sandalwood Mask

I recently bought this raw honey mask from Wild Honey Apothecary. The lovely owner Kat asked on Twitter if anyone would answer some questions about her website and she’d give us $10 off a purchase. This was an offer I couldn’t resist & bought myself the Buttermilk Sandalwood Mask.

The mask is made with organic buttermilk raw Wisconsin honey, non GMO grapeseed oil, organic jojoba, organic beeswax, wild harvested sandalwood powder and wild harvested sandalwood oil. Kat told me that this mask would be the best for my oily/combo skin and I absolutely love it.

The instructions say to leave the mask on for 5-10 minutes but I leave it on for longer so my skin reaps the benefits even more. I’m sure you’ve all heard about using raw honey on your face as a mask, but having this mixed all together with the jojoba, sandalwood and buttermilk, it just takes raw honey to the next level.

The mask is deeply hydrating and moisturising and after using this, my skin instantly looks brighter and cleaner. Not only that but it helps any pesky red spots go down in size by the next morning. 

If you love using raw honey on your face, I’d highly recommend checking out Wild Honey Apothecary masks. Kat has lots of varieties including Pomegranate Vetiver, Pumpkin Cocoa (I received a sample of this and it smells AH-MAZING!), Indigo Magic (it’s frikkin’ purple!!) and they also have other products such as oils and creams.

This mask cost $22.00 for a 2oz jar (I think that’s 50ml) which is around £14.00 which I don’t think is too bad! Yes okay it is mainly honey but it has all the extra added benefits of the sandalwood and buttermilk to give your skin a real treat.

Have you tried Wild Honey Apothecary?

Amber

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Hey! I'm Amber, a bee obsessed, natural skincare lover, blogging about natural beauty & lifestyle.

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  1. Hello, nice mask! I had my eye on this brad since a while but have yet to try it 😉

    Posted 11.30.14 Reply
  2. I really want to try the indigo magic one! But I'm starting the one in one out policy as I have no space for anything anymore! Love honey masks they really make a huge difference to my skin xx

    Posted 11.30.14 Reply
  3. Sounds lovely! I'm a huge fan of using honey in my DIY masks so this definitely appeals to me 🙂 x

    Evelyn @ We Were Raised By Wolves

    Posted 11.30.14 Reply
  4. Sounds like an interesting product, no good for me because of the buttermilk but I can see the appeal for you 😀

    Posted 11.30.14 Reply
  5. I love honey based beauty products! Haven't heard about Wild Honey Apothecary yet, now it's definitely on my To Try list!

    P.S.: It was a pleasure to discover your blog today! Definitely following!

    Oly / TLV Birdie Blog
    http://tlvbirdie.com
    http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/4782889

    Posted 12.1.14 Reply
  6. Did I already say this is the one i wanna get too? I used to dislike sandalwood but Olie Biologique's 005 changed my mind. Apparently it's great for problem skins!

    Posted 12.1.14 Reply
  7. Love the sound of this mask! Not heard much about the brand before, will have to check out their website 🙂 x

    Posted 12.2.14 Reply
  8. 😀 They do other ones that don't have buttermilk in that you should be able to use 🙂

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  9. Aw thank you! Me too, honey is great for your skin!

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  10. Haha you NEED to get this Ru! It's not that strongly scented actually but it works great on my spots 🙂

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  11. Yes, definitely check it out! They have loads of other products I think you'd like x

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  12. I love using honey in DIY masks too! This one is so much easier though as it's already made up 🙂 x

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  13. OOh me too! The colour looks awesome doesn't it! x

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  14. I'd definitely recommend 🙂

    Posted 12.9.14 Reply
  15. Hi Amber! Thank you so much for your lovely review 🙂 This one has such an amazing aroma thank you again for sharing it on your wonderful blog! x Kat

    Posted 1.14.15 Reply