Welcome to my first Mask Monday of 2019! Woo! And it’s a good’n as this I’m From Mugwort Mask has speedily jumped to the top of my ‘most used’ list due to the fact that it is absolutely brilliant. I’ve always had a bit of a thing for K-Beauty, but over the past few months that’s become less of a ‘thing’ and more of an obsession, not at all helped by the recent launch of the fantastic K-Beauty shop, Tonic15, which I mostly have to avoid as I just want everything on there. I was sent a voucher a while ago so I had a little splurge and I’ll be sharing my haul with you soon. Today I wanted to flag the Mugwort Mask from I’m From because I think everyone needs it in their life.
The I’m From Mugwort Mask is an incredibly gentle, wash-off mask packed with antioxidants and designed to gently cleanse and sooth skin. I think it’s for all skin types, although those who struggle with breakouts, sensitivity, inflammation would see the biggest benefits, as would anyone who’s neglected their skincare routine over the holidays (*raises hand*) or overindulged (*raises other hand*). As the name suggests, the key ingredient is Mugwort, a natural herb known for it’s healing benefits, and as you can see, the mask is like a gel threaded through with chopped up bits of herbs. The herby bits are very soft, so there’s no scratchiness.
Goodness I LOVE this mask so much. It’s a great all-rounder as skin feels beautifully cleansed and soothed afterwards, but what’s so amazing is how it reduces redness – both patches of redness and the red inflammation around spots – and leaves skin looking so even; I was really shocked the first time I used it as I wasn’t expecting such a dramatic impact, but I went into my bath red and blotchy, applied the mask and came out looking like I’d applied a light base as skin looked so drastically improved! Consequently, I want all the Mugwort products in my life, plus all the I’m From masks too. Find the I’m From Mugwort Mask here – link – for £32. Expect it to last as you only need a light layer; I’m maybe a third into the pot and I’ve used it at least 5-6 times.