05 January 2016

Face Masks | What I'm using 004

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Weleda Iris Hydrating Masque | £13.95 // This has quite a strong scent which I'm not sure I really like. This is similar to the Origins hydrating masks and one I reach for when my skin just feels like it needs a drink. It has quite a thin consistency and turns white when you start to apply it. Apply to cleansed skin, leave it on for twenty minutes and then rinse off. I liked to use this as a sleeping mask as well. The tube is tiny though and after a couple of full face uses it's pretty much empty. Although it seems cheaper than the Origins mask, it doesn't last as long.

Origins No Puffery Cooling Eye Mask | £24 // Although slightly out of season now, this is a must if you suffer from hayfever or puffy eyes when you wake up. It's definitely an essential for me! Apply a small amount around your eyes, leave it on for about ten minutes and you'll notice an instant cooling effect and a difference to puffiness. The only thing that would make this eye mask better if it had a metal ball on the end like the cooling eye roll has. I can get the same effect though by using a jade roller after I've applied the mask and it really helps to decrease puffiness and drains the fluid away. Plus keep this in the fridge and it will feel and be a lot more effective.

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Overnight Mask | £28 // I'm really getting into sleeping masks and when I saw one was being released by F.A.B I knew I had to try it. I really like this brand and my skin always reacts well to the products. It almost feels like a gel and has a nice fruity scent. Once you apply this and it sinks in you can't really tell you have anything on. Once you wake up your skin is always left feeling soft and moisturised and generally looking good.


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