Saturday, 11 February 2012
Liz Earle Brightening Treatment Mask
I was sent this mask a by the lovely Laura at Liz Earle, and it’s slotted really well into my skincare routine. Liz Earle’s Brightening Mask claims to be a ‘reviving, fast acting mask for instant radiance’ and it is targeted at dull skin (which lets face it this weather most of us have dull skin) I think it would be great for people with skin that suffers with a build up of dead skin cells.
The texture of the mask isn’t similar to anything I can think of, it has a definate clay texture but it has a slightly thinner, more spreadable consistency. I find 1 pump covers my face perfectly and I leave it on for 2 minutes (although you can leave it on for just 30 seconds) I do notice a bit of tingling, which it states on the packaging should be expected, but it isn’t unpleasant, although not suited for very sensitive skin.
I remove the mask with the muslin cloth (dampened in hand-hot water) that comes in the Starter Kit, and my skin instantly feels fresher, clean and looks more radiant.
As with all Liz Earle products I’ve tried I’m very impressed with the quality of the ingredients, and unlike a lot of brands the ingredients that are stated on the front of the tube, aren’t buried right at the bottom of the ingredients list, and this mask boasts aloe vera leaf juice, witch hazel and sweet almond oil.
This is a really great mask if you’re in need of a quick fix, and it’s perfect for either before a night out or the morning after!
You can find Liz Earle Brightening Treatment Mask at Liz Earle where a 50ml Starter Kit will cost £13.50.
Disclaimer : PR Sample