19/02/2014

Superfacialist Face Masks


I have raved about the Pore Purifying Clay Mask on bobsbeautifulblog.com before, however I completely fell off the 'you really need to start saving' wagon recently and it's sister product the Intense Moisture Mask found it's way into my stash. I have combination skin with both dry and oily patches so it completely justifiable that I have both masks that do completely different things (I can justify buying just about anything; a major trait in a true shopaholic). 

Rose Hydrate: Intense Moisture Mask: 
This is a really beautiful skin calming and renewing mask. Slather it on for 10 minutes, enjoy a cup of tea(enjoying cup of tea not essential) and wash it away with a warm flannel. I use it before bed, then apply my normal bed nightly moisuriser and off to bed I go. In the morning my skin is noticeably hydrated, calmer and mostly all round healthier looking. I have been suffering with intense dry patches around my eyes and forehead recently and this has really been helping. The only thing I don't like is the smell, turns out I'm not a huge fan of rose scented cream (reminds me of a granny for some reason). But because it works wonders on my skin I'll let it off for that one.


Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask: 
Firstly, what an absolute mouthful of a name? I use this when my skin is misbehaving the opposite of above: oily and break outs. I have been ridiculously lucky with breakouts as of late, however if I feel one coming (you can always tell I think), if my pores a looking a bit clogged or my skin is just looking a bit 'meh' then I whip this bad boy out. Apply a thick layer and allow to dry (beware younger brothers and fathers will laugh as you prance about the house with this one on). Again wash off with a warm flannel and slather on lots of your normal moisturiser. To me, this mask helps the overall healthiness of your skin, it sucks out all the bad stuff. I had a major, and I mean major, break out on my chin last week (we're talking 8 spots on one chin, how is that even possible?). So I put this on (just my chin) every night and it started helping straight away, thank goodness. 

I couldn't recommend these masks enough, and another thing I love? They are £8.99 each! 

2 comments:

  1. I'm so glad i found your blog!! This post made my day! I was thinking about buying the tea flower mask and your post made my decision easier!
    xx
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    1. Aw thank you kindly! I would most definitely recommend them both :-) Let me know what you think sure! xx

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