A Rose By Any Other Name | Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask

I absolutely love a good Rose Face Mask, as I think that they’re fantastic at hydrating my sometimes de-hydrated Skin. That’s why when I picked up the Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask whilst I was out shopping a couple of weeks ago, I also managed to pick up the Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask. Well i’ve been using it for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of it.

A bearded man wearing a short sleeved black t-shirt stood against a white wooden door.

A picture of me wearing the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask.

Here’s what Peter Thomas Roth say about their Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask.

Cutting-edge Plant biotechnology isolates and replicates the perfect Rose Stem Cells for truly astonishing results. With state-of-the-art 21st century breakthrough technology, five Rose Plant Stem Cells, Rose Commiphora, Desert Rose, Damas Rose, Pale Rose and White Rose are blended with four Rose Extracts – Rosa Damascena, Rosa Canina, Rose Hip Seed and Rose Water in a cooling Gel to help invigorate and improve the look of Skin’s vitality. Helps to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, dehydration, dullness and sagging as it strengthens and tones the look of Skin. Skin is left looking silky soft, radiant, beautiful and youthful.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Caster Oil, Provence Rose Leaf Cell Extract, White Rose of York Leaf Cell Extract, Damas Rose Leaf Cell Extract, Dog Rose Fruit Extract, Damas Rose Flower Oil, Dog Rose Fruit Oil, Old Rose Flower Water, Myrrh Leaf Cell Extract, Dessert Rose Leaf Cell Extract, Fermented Radish Root, and Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, I thought that it had a very light and delicate yet ever so slightly powdery Rose scent to it that kind of reminded me of walking through a Rose Garden after it’s just rained.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Gel Mask, I thought that it felt really thin and creamy, and was more like a thin and creamy yet ever so slightly watery Day Cream rather than a thick and heavy Face Mask.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had started to massage a little bit of it into my Skin, it turned from a thin and creamy yet ever so slightly watery Day Cream into a thin and light Facial Serum that set within a matter of seconds. I also really liked that it turned into a Powder as it set, that totally disappeared into my Skin after a couple of minutes and left it feeling like I didn’t have anything on my Skin.

It’s results.

I absolutely loved it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly silky soft, supple, hydrated and bouncy, but it also left it looking extremely glowing and radiant for a good couple of hours after I had used it. I also really liked that it managed to slightly minimise some of the Lines that were around my Eyes and Forehead, and that it made my Skin look a little bit younger after I had been using it for a couple of weeks.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Tube with a screw top Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Peter Thomas Roth Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask an eight out of ten. I really liked it’s light and delicate yet ever so slightly powdery Rose scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging. But I think that it’s probably better suited for someone that has more mature Skin than I do and that I just can’t justify spending £45 on a Face Mask.
If you would like to check out the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask for yourselves, then you can find it online here.
Have you checked out the Peter Thomas Roth Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair Gel Mask yet? What did you think of it? What’s some of your favourite hydrating Face Masks? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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