Review: Rhonda Allison Pumpkin Rinse

I discovered this product at my local spa, when I was getting a pumpkin facial. The facialist sprayed this on cotton pads to prep my skin and the smell was so heavenly, I demanded she tell me what it was and where I could buy it.  It smells like pumpkin and spice but not the fake candle version - like real sweet, roasting pumpkin mixed with fall spices.  Turns out, it's pretty good for your skin, too.  I was unfamiliar with the Rhonda Allison line before this but I like what I see - a heavy emphasis on natural, active ingredients.   Here are the ingredients in this toner:  water, pumpkin, denatured alcohol, glycerin, honey, phospholipids, sphingolipids, sodium hyaluronate, ascorbic acid, beta carotene, hemlock oil, cinnamon, clove, and ginger oils.  Pumpkin is packed full of antioxidants and enzymes, so I was pleased to see it at #2 on the ingredient list.  I use this in the morning, saturating a cotton pad with it and pressing onto my face before I apply moisturizer.  I don't notice any dramatic differences in my skin, but I feel good - and smell good! - using it.  Only thing is, it can be a bit difficult to track down.  I purchased mine at my spa, but as of the time of writing this, I don't see the rinse available online.  You can, however, go to the Rhonda Allison website and search for a retail location near you.  The large bottle I have cost around $30 but they also make a smaller version for $14.


Popular Posts