I don’t know about anyone else but I have seen so many celebs taking photo’s with these masks on that look so cool. They have written about how amazing they were and I’ve been dying to find one similar for ages. I finally managed to pick up this Garnier skin active new moisture bomb tissue mask from Superdrug. It was under a pound! Instead of just one, I picked up two and I’m picking up more this weekend. They left my skin feeling incredible and here’s what else I  have to say..

So when you see that it’s an actual mask you’re applying your face it seems like it’ll be difficult to place. It only comes in one size, so it’s a little worrying. The details on the back of the packet though tells you exactly what to do and how to do it. In fact, it’s really easy to apply. It’s the perfect facial product you can use when you’re heading out on a night out as it’s so quick and easy. This masks includes pomegranate extract, hyaluronic acid and plant serum. Sounds good right? Three things that are fab for the skin. For exampled pomegranate extract is good for exfoliation, moisturizing and anti-aging. It hydrates the skin and full of moisture which left my skin feeling very plumped and fresh. I suffer with sensitive skin, and since I’ve always used Simple products – I’ve noticed I can also use Garnier.
My favourite thing is that it doesn’t break the bank. It’s so cheap and affordable to buy ten if you like.

To use this mask, you literary unfold the mask – carefully applying the white tissue to thoroughly cleansed skin. ( Before using this, I advise you to moisturize, tone and cleanse the skin.) Make sure the blue protective film is facing outwards.
Once you have everything in place, you gently and slowly peel the blue film off and if you need to adjust the mask a little then do so, and leave the mask on for 15 minutes. Once it’s off, if you have any excess formula on the skin, just use a cotton pad to rub it in.

As easy as that. 

They even say 1 MASK = 1 WEEK OF HYDRATING SERUM. 

Have you used this product, what’s your thoughts?


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