It was by complete accident that I found this face mask. I think at the time I was buying some more green clay (for my own DIY face masks) and I saw this come up in the recomendations. I normally stick to either my own face masks or the Lush ones, but I read the reviews and so many of them raved about this mask I thought I’d try it out.
Basics: • 6oz • 170ml • Cruelty Free • £29.99
It’s not the cheapest of masks by a long shot, but they seem to have sales quite a lot and I picked it up for around £16 at the time. It’s really easy to apply, no lumps which build up on your chin and end up falling on the carpet while you’re waiting for it to dry, and most of it can be peed off quite easily once it’s dry.
One massive thing I do need to point out with this mask is that if you have acne sitting under the surface of your skin this mask is going to pull it out like a corkscrew. The first time I used it my skin felt great, but all the pimples under my skin came up to the surface. Not that I minded, after a day or two my skin looked and felt amazing!
Dead Sea Mud, Organic Grapefruit & Mint Essential Oil, Organic Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Hickory Bark Extract, Non GMO Xanthan Gum, Organic Aloe Vera Juice, Water, Kaolin Clay, Organic Shea Butter, Organic Vegetable Glycerin, Organic Sunflower Oil, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Calendula Oil
I would describe this mask as a get-my-skin-back-on-track mask. If you’re trying to soften your skin for a night out, or you have a special occasion in the next few days I would say avoid it. The reason I love this mask so much is that it helps get your skin out of that spiral where nothing seems to help.
One last little note, if you can, keep this mask in the fridge. It doesn’t last well in hot weather and if it get’s too warm you’ll have to scoop out half of it and throw it away, that’s if you’re lucky and the entire pot hasn’t gone off. If you’re looking around for a new face mask I seriously suggest you give this one a shot, you might fall in love with it as much as I have.