One of my friends finally (and successfully) convinced me in 2011 to try out one of the face masks from Lush. The first face mask I tried was the Oatifix. For $6.95 CAD in a 60g / 2.1 oz pot, I wanted my money’s worth! It was winter so, being a combo skin type, my face tended to be a tad dry. After trying the face mask, I couldn’t stop touching my baby-bum cheeks.
It wasn’t long, however, that I felt my skin tighten a bit and the mini dry ‘dust’ appear here and there. Perhaps I’d put it on for too long? I decided to go back and try another face mask: BB Seaweed. My skin felt more moisturised but I didn’t care for the smell. Furthermore, the seaweed clumps clogged up our drain. 😦
Over the next year, I tried:
I liked the little apricot seeds (I think that’s what they were?). I certainly felt like my skin had been exfoliated! I recommend this one.
Another nice face mask but it didn’t make me too excited.
This is my favourite face mask and the one I miss the most! I experienced the best results with this one! I don’t really have dry skin and I certainly don’t have mature skin but something in this mask made my face soft and radiant! Loved the smell too!
Right after I’d tried Oatifix, I went back to Lush to buy Angels on Bare Skin.This gentle lavender scrub and cleanser is a worldwide best-seller. My skin felt incredibly soft! The only downside is that the lavender buds clogged up my sink too…
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