Face mask reviews

Since December me and Andrew have been testing out a variety of face masks.

We have used:

I have 2 favourite’s:

Lush’s Love lettuce. I keep this in the fridge so its lovely and cool when it goes onto my skin. There are ground up bits of Almond shell within the mask so once you start to wash it off you get a nicely exfoliated face too. Plus (pardon the pun) it smells Lush!

I love the way my skin feels after using the Honey and Oat Body shop mask although it is certainly not easy to wash off, if you have a shallow sink you will find it goes everywhere! I don’t use it as much of some of the others simply because of this, which is a shame.

The Montagne Juenesse masque’s i have been getting from Primark for 89p each are Andrews favourite. The White chocolate one to be precise. He liked the texture and the thickness of the mask. It set well on his face and made his skin feel lovely and moisturised afterwards.

The one Andrew liked the least was also a Montagne Juenesse one, passion peel off. He found that it was really watery and quite greasy, it didn’t set properly either whilst also making his skin feel quite irritated.

So yes, this is just small few of the hundreds of different face masks out there. Hope you enjoyed it and if there is anything you would like me to do a review on let me know!

Much Love 🙂

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One comment

  1. I recently got the ‘Warming Mineral Mask’ from The Body Shop as a gift for renewing my card (I normally get the Tea Tree or the Seaweed mask), and I’m so impressed by what it’s done to my skin! It’s just meant to open and cleanse your pores, but my skin is so much clearer and softer since I’ve been using it.

    You should definitely check that one out if you haven’t already. It’s quite thin in terms of texture for a face mask, but it makes your face feel really warm whilst you’re wearing it (which is kinda funny).

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