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Masks

Mask Monday: Omorovicza Silver Skin Saviour

The Omorovicza Silver Skin Saviour is a really interesting product that the brand have recently launched.  Whilst the name doesn't actually reveal it, the Omorovicza Silver Skin Saviour is actually a mask treatment that's designed to help problematic, spot-prone skin.  It's a creamy gel that you apply as you would any mask, but it doesn't dry and it isn't a clay formula, so it's instantly intriguing! The main/key ingredients are Colloidal Silv[...]

Mask Monday: Malin + Goetz Brightening Enzyme Mask

I've had the Malin + Goetz Brightening Enzyme Mask for quite some time - the packaging pictured is the sample packaging and not the final look - and I'm only featuring it now because I initially wasn't planning to feature it at all; all the Malin + Goetz products I've tried have been great, so I was eager to give this one a go as soon as I got my hands on it, but I found myself disappointed with the result: skin felt dry and not especially smoot[...]

Mask Monday: New Launches from Masquebar

Do you remember when Masquebar launched with their quad of boxes with individual masks, and that was pretty much all they had for a while? Then all of sudden, they started adding lots of new launches to their collection, and now it seems like every few days there's something new! I've got a few new bits to show you - just a heads-up as I haven't had a chance to try them yet: The Luminizing Charcoal Nose Strips sound interesting, as I always[...]

Mask Monday: Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Mask

I've had a few of these Garnier sheet masks floating around and I've been wanting to try one for ages, but I'm funny about sheet masks and really have to be in the mood to use one.  The time eventually came around last weekend and the first mask I wanted to try was the Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegranate Hydrating Mask, as I've heard nothing but great things and I wanted to see if it lived up to the hype! The Garnier Moisture Bomb Pomegran[...]

Mask Monday: Marie Reynolds London Dermabiome

I've been quietly stalking Marie Reynolds on Twitter and Instagram for quite some time, as I really enjoy her insights into skincare, as well as lusting after her product range, which is small, but each new arrival sounds incredible; the Epidermal Blanket is a trio of products (elixir, serum and copper want for application) designed to sooth, heal and nourish skin and it just sounds amazing doesn't it? All the MRL products sound like they've been[...]

Mask Monday: Exuviance Detox Mud Treatment

I'm due to start a skincare trial shortly, so I've been squeezing in as much skincare as possible to try and build up a few features over the next few months whilst I limit my routine; as you would expect, my skin is a bit all over the place and I've got a few breakouts, so I reached for the new Exuviance Detox Mud Treatment to see if it would help.  The Exuviance Detox Mud Treatment is, as you may have a guessed, a mud-based mask designed to d[...]

Mask Monday: Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask

The Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm has got an incredible following, yet for some reason I haven't tried it, so I'm approaching the Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask with fresh eyes and not comparing it to the cleanser.  The Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask is designed to provide a number of benefits in a quick and efficient product. The Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask is mostly designed to hydrate skin,[...]

Mask Monday: Amour Noir Magnetic Face Mask

Magnetic face masks are the latest novelty product to launch in the extremely innovative mask market, so I was eager to get my hands on one and give it a go, to find out if it's actually any good, or just very novel! The Amour Noir Magnetic Face Mask is a really interesting product that I liked a lot more than I expected to, since it provides a number of benefits in a clay-type mask format. The Amour Noir Magnetic Face Mask comes prettily[...]

Mask Monday: Timeless Truth Glacial Snow Algae Bio Cellulose Mask

I am really struggling with dry skin at the mo, and I'm layering up all the products to try and reduce that horrid, tight feeling that comes with parched skin.  Consequently, I've been reaching for sheet masks a lot more frequently and I'm so pleased I decided to give the Timeless Truth Glacial Snow Algae Bio Cellulose Mask a go, as it's easily one of the best ones I've tried for drastically improving hydration levels. As you can see in t[...]

Mask Monday: MasqueBar Charcoal Sheet Mask

My relationship with MasqueBar has been a little up and down, as I loved their launch products, but then I tried their Charcoal Peel Off Mask and was not a fan.  I kept an open mind when trying the recently launched MasqueBar Charcoal Sheet Masks and I'm glad I did, as they're rather fab. I'm not a huge fan of sheet masks in general - I don't enjoy the wet, cold, slimy application process - but I persevere as I find them to be an effectiv[...]

Mask Monday: B. Clay Face Mask Pods

B. are a brand with a solid reputation for supplying decent, no-frills (but very effective) skincare and make-up that comfortably rivals any similarly priced high street brands.  They've recently launched a range of clay face masks which are available in either pots of 50ml of product, or dinky little pods for those who want to dip their toe in or find a great product for travelling. There are four varieties of the B. Clay Masks: B. Detoxe[...]