Boscia Matcha Magic Super Antioxidant Mask review: Super drying, but maybe worth trying

This mask is free of synthetic dyes and conventional preservatives, but it's also very drying. It may be a fun product for you to try—as long as you're not in a super dry climate.

I’ve had a soft spot for Boscia’s products ever since I learned that this company makes preservative-free products that are free of fragrances and dyes. So when I spotted the Boscia Matcha Magic Super Antioxidant Mask at my local TJ Maxx, I thought it would be fun to give it a try. I’ve also been trying to be more mindful of plastic packaging lately, so a jarred mask seems like a slightly greener alternative to individually packaged sheet masks. This product is also literally…

Boscia cactus water moisturizer review

A gel moisturizer that uses sodium hyaluronate + extracts from cactus flower and other plants to keep your skin hydrated and healthy.

Another day, another Boscia product. Today we’ll be focusing on Boscia Cactus Water Moisturizer, which is packaged in a beautiful green tub. According to Boscia, this product is vegan. All Boscia products are cruelty-free, non-comedogenic, free of chemical preservatives, and designed with sensitive skin in mind. I like the sound of all those things!

Boscia green tea blotting linens review

These sheets are great for keeping your T-zone in check—and they make a great gift for anyone in your life who has oily skin.

In high school, my skin was fighting a losing battle with acne. I remember my friends and I would wipe our faces with Clean & Clear Oil Absorbing Sheets and then compare how dark our sheets ended up. Of the four of us, one friend and I would always have much darker blue sheets, and my other two friends would hold up their barely smudged sheets and then gawk at how dark ours got. I don’t blame my skin—it was probably just rebelling against all the acne treatments I was submitting it to…