H E Y C H U M S.
So if you don’t follow me on Instagram/Twitter I have recently been posting many photos of these amazing facial masks from The Body Shop. I received these a few weeks ago now and I have enjoyed trying them out and having the ultimate pampered evenings.
What makes these facial masks so special is that they are all superfood masks. These facial masks are packed, crushed and drizzled with natural ingredients – they’re made with 100% vegetarian ingredients. You’ve got five to choose from which do all different things for the skin.
Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask.
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This has been a favourite of many people that have used The Body Shop facial masks. I was excited to use this one as I’ve heard such good things. It’s for skin that needs to release impurities and toxins to help reveal a healthy-looking glow. The formula is thick and grainy which feels like an exfoliation for the skin when applying. It really reminds me of a spa too! The scent is just the same as one, perfect for the ultimate relaxation when having a bubble bath. It made my face tingle whist applied and waiting for the mask to work it’s magic. Afterwards my skin felt super smooth and refreshed.
For more details on the Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask click here.
The British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask.
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This is MY favourite. I thoroughly loved this face mask and my skin really appreciated it too. It’s for skin that needs to be quenched and re-plumped with moisture to reveal it’s dewy glow again. I personally think this is the perfect facial mask to add into you morning routine ( if you’re having a lazy one.) It sets the skin ready for your make up and applies beautifully. It includes real rose petals so you just know this is going to be a lover for all skin. It does look like jam, but it isn’t jam – so don’t eat it. Although it’s a facial mask it does remind my of a toner/cleanser cream as it just sits on the skin. It doesn’t go hard or anything when applied. It smells clean,crisp and floral and really makes the skin feel refreshed. It’s a clear liquid once applied and is a very smooth formula. Once removed it leaves the skin feels extremely soft, bright and plumped.
See why this is included in my favourites just here.
The Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask.
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Honey, yes – edible? No. It looks like honey, smells like honey but it’s for your face pampers. When I first read about this Honey Mask my first thoughts were greasy and sticky. It’s for skin that needs an intense dose of replenishing nourishment, to feel soft and smooth again. When applied I felt like the formula was quite greasy and tacky whilst drying. The smell is ok, but not my favourite scents. It became sticky when setting but it left the skin feeling soft.
Fancy a little Honey in your life? Click here and it’ll take you straight there!
Chinese Ginseng & Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask.
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Something I have never thought I’d try within a face mask. It’s for skin that needs an intense treatment to remove dullness and unevenness. ( Practical for a Sunday if you’ve had a busy week and need some TLC for your facial skin. Lol.) This has the ultimate smell of a spa. It makes you feel automatically relaxed by just the scent. It’s gritty, white and a little messy when applying so get a flannel/wipes ready! It goes hard whilst drying too so be ready to feel like you’ve had a whole facial lift, ha. Although afterwards I felt like my skin looked a little red and blotchy. However, it did make my skin feel soft but like a dry soft.
Something a little different to add into your Skin Care routine. click here and you can find out more about it.
The Amazonian Acai Energising Radiance Mask
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This is gritty based and feels like you’re applying an exfoliater. It sits comfortably on the skin and smells clean & fresh. It left my skin looking fresh and clear, super soft and brighter looking. This facial mask is for skin that needs fast recharge from sings of fatigue and stress. (Perfect for me at this time of year, exactly what benefits my skin.)
All about it here.
We all have a skin type in general, but sometimes different areas of our face can be a combination of skin types. This is where you can apply different ones for different needs on your face. This is done by using the term – Multi-Masking. This way you can give your different areas of skin the needs they really need.
My favourite is the British Rose facial mask, which really benefited my skin. They all have their great purposes for your skin and are for all different skin types.
Even my Mum and I had a little fun with these facial masks..
To have a further look into these facial masks just click here!
These would be perfect for someone for Christmas, even in their stockings!
To make it that little easier for you I have included the link here for all the masks above and more.
Have you tried any of these facial masks? First thoughts?
*Sponsored but all opinions are my own*