The Honey Rose Spice Mask features vibrant Heirloom Roses from the seashore of Point Reyes, California, raw single-varietal Orange Blossom Honey from Central California, and Tulsi from one of our long-standing herb farms. It combines thoughtfully farmed regional ingredients with warming spices like Vanilla, Nutmeg, and Clovethat nod to fireside chats and chai lattes. This mask was created to hydrate, exfoliate, brighten, and nourish the skin. We highly recommend applying this Mask in the style of Honey Tapping, which we explain below.

Our Honey Berry Mask can also be applied with this technique. Honey Tapping is a ritual that encourages detox and lymphatic flow, strengthens our connective tissue for firmer skin, and gently exfoliates and softens. Let’s get started!


1) Cleanse and dry your skin to prepare. With dry skin and dry hands, apply 1 teaspoon of Honey Rose Spice Mask to your face, neck and chest. (Yes, this will be very sticky without the addition of water. The Mask might even be in what seems to be a large clump of sugar, and this is OK!) The Mask will begin to soften and melt as you play with it, and pat it onto the skin. Using a press and release motion will work well as you try to apply the mask evenly to your skin.

Pro tip: Place your jar with the lid securely tightened in a warm water bath. After the mask has warmed, give it a good stir. This will soften the Mask and make application easier.

2) Once the mask is applied evenly, begin gently tapping your skin, as if you are delicately playing the piano. Do these gentle taps everywhere from your chest, on up the sides of your neck, up to your chin, cheeks, and forehead. Tapping your neck and chest is important to encourage the downward flow of lymph, which will be stimulated by this technique. Focus on congested areas of your face, as well as areas that need extra exfoliation. Perform this ritual for several minutes of tapping.

3) After tapping, add a few drops of water to your palms and press into skin to hydrate the mask, reworking it into the skin now that it is damp. Adding water to the mask will bring all the plants to life and they will begin to work their own magic by nourishing and repairing the skin.  Keep the mask on for 10-20 more minutes, then remove with a warm cloth, revealing a beautiful glow. 

This Mask has become a winter favorite of ours, and we love sharing this small-batch creation with you!

XO, Laurel




  1. Sounds divine!
    Will ask my estie Kate, at Blue Morpho
    For this indulgence..love the honey, rose, & all the warm spices..yummy!

    1. Hi Nina! Yes, Kate is indeed a magical human!! <3 I'm sure she can guide you through Honey Tapping with the Honey Berry Mask that she carries! The Honey Rose Mask is a microbatch though, that we are only offering as a gift this weekend. xo Laurel

    1. Hi Crystal! Are you on our email list? As of this weekend, we are only offering the Honey Rose Mask as a gift (details were in our email, which will still be sent out 2 more times this weekend if you missed it). After this weekend’s gifting, if we have any left from our microbatch, then we will sell them next week. xo Laurel

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