In my attempts to recreate a spa quality facial at home, I came across this product. A recurring theme in my research into DIY facials was the use of rehydration masks. As someone who has the joys of combination skin, a hydrating mask is not normally my first skincare product of choice!
After a double cleanse and gentle exfoliation, I decided to try this mask out. It has a delicate scent and, luckily, did not feel greasy at all on my skin. Rehydration is important during the winter months, I always forget how drying household heating can be to your skin. I massaged the mask into my face, using a medium amount, before sitting back and relaxing for 10 minutes.
As you can see, the mask is quite thick and creamy. It hasn’t irritated my skin and is considerably less messy than a clay mask (which I love, of course).
The product can be removed entirely or massaged fully into the skin after 10 minutes. I chose to wipe my face with a damp cotton pad, as I have to avoid clogging up my t-zone. The results were quite good, my skin looked refreshed and perky but not noticeably radiant. It makes a great rehydration mask, as my cheeks felt nourished and soft for days afterwards.