July 08, 2013

FACE MASK REVIEW. LIZ EARLE BRIGHTENING TREATMENT MASK.


This is a new mask that I have been trying from the fantastic range from Liz Earle. Meet the Brightening Treatment Mask targeted for dull, lifeless skin aka Me! It is a quick activating mask, which means you can apply in the morning for a little skin pick me up before applying your make up.

I would usually use this mask a few times a week depending on what I am using along side it i.e other face masks or makeup. You only have to use 2 pumps of the mask onto a dry face and leave for a minute, then wash away with warm water or the accompanying Liz Earle Muslin cloth. The packaging is fab as it is in a small pump, which is useful for judging just the right amount of product on your face and also it keeps the mask fresh. I like to keep mine in the fridge, just for added freshness and then it cools my skin even more in the morning.

The texture of the mask is a cool, light soothing cream that easily blends onto the skin. I use it all over my face, keeping clear of my eyes and lips as the mask can irritate those sensitive areas. I have found the mask to slightly tingle when its on my skin, which Liz Earle state is complete normal, but that is why I would not recommend this mask for anyone with sensitive skin. I would imagine that it could be quite painful. But for me the mask brightens and revitalises my skin, leaving me with a glowing complexion.

With active cooling ingredients such Aloe Vera and witch hazel, the mask is refreshing and really wakes you up, which is always a bonus. Other fab ingredients for brightening you skin include Sweet Almond oil, green mineral silt and Pro-vitamin B5 for creating a supple and soft complexion whilst white clay draws out any unwanted impurities in the skin's surface. A full list of ingredients are available on the Liz Earle website (HERE).

Liz Earle Brightening Treatment Mask 50ml £14.00 c/o

Hugs & Kisses
Becki
xox

   
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