I’m excited about this post because I’m going to share about a lovely Lithuanian brand (from my home country) – Marmozel. Marmozel uses only natural ingredients, creates products in small batches, depending on the season, so you’ll always get a fresh product, no matter what. The brand is currently expanding and offering international shipping. The products that I’m about to review have already received many praises from Lithuanian and international bloggers, so here are my two cents about them:
Marmozel Hair Conditioner* for dry, damaged, and colored hair (100ml)
After using leave-in detanglers for a while, I got a little lazy with my hair care routine. That’s why I was so interested in Marmozel Hair Conditioner because it can be used as a regular conditioner, as a leave-in or as a hair mask – it all depends on your preference. The conditioner has a nice thin consistency, I expected it to be thicker, but it’s still lovely and easy to use. Made with lavender, chamomile, and rosemary water, it has a pleasant herbal scent, which might seem intense at first, but it evaporates quickly. Additionally, the Conditioner contains rosemary extract, which is effective for stimulating hair growth and strengthening the hair. I’ve tried using this conditioner different ways, and leave-in is my favorite option. It’s too light as a rinse-out or a mask, unfortunately.
Marmozel Moisturizing – Nourishing Face Cream* (30 ml)
Another product from into is its Moisturizing and Nourishing Face Cream with avocado oil. Additionally, it’s formulated with almond oil, geranium water, and rosemary water. The face cream has a very unusual consistency – it’s more like a mousse than a cream. It’s mostly suitable for dry, dehydrated, and mature skin types. I like how fast it absorbs into the skin, leaving it soft and nourished.
Marmozel Seabuckthorn Body Oil* (sample size)
Organic body oil with sea buckthorn oil, which is famous for its healing, protective, and nourishing benefits. The oil is suitable for all skin types, even for the most sensitive.
Marmozel Moisturizing Face Mask* (25g)
I don’t know anyone who doesn’t like clay masks. They are quick-to-use, effective and, most of the time, reasonably priced. That’s what I can say about this face mask from Marmozel as well. Made with gentle white and ghassoul clays, algae, and aloe powder, it gives a toning and refreshing effect for the skin.
Marmozel Natural Mild Soap * for body and hair (50g)
This is the only product from the bunch that I haven’t tried yet. I am not excited at all about the palm oil it contains, but other ingredients sound great.
Have you heard about Marmozel?