October 29, 2014


Pamper night has been occurring almost every night in the Dunn household, with cold dark wintry nights, my skin has certainly been feeling the affect of the heating going back on. To combat all sorts of skin concerns I always head straight to my face mask stash and take 30 minutes for me, myself and I, pop on some music and just relax. Three newbies have hit my collection this month and they each individually have been a mask for my skincare concerns.

A mask I have been pining for since I first became a beauty blogger. I finally got my hands on it and I have to say its everything I hoped it would be. A mask for dry and dehydrated skin, with a ingredient list there to deeply quench your skin back to life. It's texture is a thick rich cream with Japanese seaweed repairing your skins barrier to prevent future moisture loss and when you wear this mask over night, your wake up with a fresher plump complexion.

Kat Burki Antioxident Face Mask c/o (£58.00, 125g)

A very luxurious treatment bought for me from a dear friend from New York, this Hibiscus Antioxidant face mask helps restore a clearer and cleaner complexion. With a whole heap of fantastic ingredients this mask is a real treat to use. Hibiscus petals and cranberry fibres gently exfoliates the skin whilst natural AHA's, Glycolic and Lactic acids get rid of unwanted dead skin cells and blueberry extracts provides the skin with vitamin E and protection against the elements, leaving you with beautiful smooth skin. This mask has a clay base of Kaolin Clay which whilst letting the skin breathe it also draws out impurities. I like to leave this mask on for about 10 minutes and then wash off with a warm flannel.

Kahina Antioxidant Mask c/o (£39.00, 50ml)

Finally on my newbie trail is a gorgeous mask from Kahina. This Antioxidant mask is firstly packaged in the most beautiful packaging that immediately you know your in for a treat. On the more expensive side this mask is enriched with Argan Oil and Rhassoul clay from the Atlas mountains in Morocco. This detoxifying mask draws out impurities in the skin and replaces with nourishing minerals and vitamins such as pomegranate and acai. When you place this mask on your skin, it instantly cools and relaxes you due to the strong fragrance of mint and eucalyptus. I like to use this mask a few times a week if i can as not only does it draw out impurites it also gently exfoliates. I love this mask as it always leaves me with a radiant sifter complexion. 

What are your face mask favourites as the nights are getting colder?

Hugs & Kisses
Becki xox



  1. Origins Drink Up Mask is one of my staples! Fantastic for this time of year and smells delish! :-)

    Mags - Margarets Blanket

  2. I really want the Origins mask its in the Origins Christmas gift set I want :) x

    The Beauty Trove


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