Saturday, 8 August 2015

Four Face Masks To Try |

Origins Drink Up Intensive, Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask, Jurlique Herbal Recovery Mask, Quick Fix Exfoliating Scrub
Face masks are the perfect pick-me-up when you're in need of pampering and some extra TLC, but it can be hard narrowing down which one to use. As an avid face mask user and hoarder, I have collected my fair share of face masks over the years and as multi-masking is becoming an ever growing trend, I thought I would share with you my top four face masks no matter what skin drama you're having.

The Hydrating One - Origins Drink Up Intensive Mask | £23 |Link | As one of my all-time favourite masks, I was surprised to find that I have never reviewed this on my blog. The deeply nourishing, intense moisture replacement mask deeply quenches the skin overnight, leaving it feeling hydrated and plump the next morning. With added plant gylcerin, hyaluronic acid and apricot oil that repairs the skin's barrier, preventing future moisture loss and dehydration, this mask is seriously a miracle worker. Although it does a devine job of sorting out dry skin, I find that it is also great for clearing up blemishes, as it gets rid of the nasty dry patches that my concealer clings to when my spots are fading. It smells like peaches, has a non-greasy formula and does the job while you sleep - A must have in my collection. 

Deep Cleanse On A Budget - Quick Fix Facials Exfoliating Scrub Mask* | £4.99 | Link | From deep cleansing to radiance boosting, the Quick Fix Masks have you covered for when your pennies won't stretch to the higher brands on offer. The Exfoliating Scrub mask is a multitasking mask/exfoliator hybrid that deeply cleanses and gets rid of dead skin cells, revealing brighter skin. Although my skin type has changed a lot since I first started using this several years ago, I still pop this on whenever I am in need of a thorough cleanse as pink rose clay and glycolic effectively de-congests the skin, whilst balancing out uneven skin tone. 

The All Rounder - Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask | £21.99 | Link | I feel like I talk about this mask all of the time, but I can't get enough of Antipodes at the moment. This detoxing, antioxidant mask packs some serious punch when it comes to hydration, but it doesn't slack at preventing blemishes or deeply cleansing the skin. With a thin, honey like consistency, this mask feels more like a thick moisturiser than it does a mask, making it comfortable to wear. My skin looks brighter, smoother and my pores less clogged - Too good to be true? Absolutely not. 

The Glow Getter - Jurlique Herbal Recovery Antioxidant Gel Mask* | £40 | Link | A luxe product I'll have to admit and one price tag that may make your eyes water, but this mask is oh so worth it. If you're looking for a face mask like no other, then this is your guy. In the past, I have found that masks can often make your skin feel tight and dehydrated, hindering your skin's improvement rather than helping it, but with a range of hydrating and revitalising ingredients which brighten the skin, this mask is seriously a must have for those of you who wants your skin to glow. The fast acting, lightly exfoliating mask adds an instant boost of hydration, improves dullness and gets your skin ready for the day ahead. 

What face mask do you recommend? 

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