As you may have worked out, I flipping love Liz Earle at the moment - they saved my skin! So imagine my delight when I was sent 2 Liz Earle facemasks! The deep cleansing facemask and the intensive nourishing mask. I thought I'd do reviews for you. I reviewed the deep cleansing as I have problem, spotty skin and Mummy has reviewed the intensive nourishing mask for her dry skin
The Deep Cleansing Facemask
Firstly, a confession - I've only used a facemask once before and it made my skin break out terribly and made me cry :-( Therefore I was a bit nervous to try this one.
First impressions - the mask comes in a waterproof bag with two little sponges to remove the mask with. The mask itself is bright green and really smelly! Kind of looks like mushed up seaweed! I spread it all over in a thick layer, avoiding my eyes and lips like the instructions said. It started to tingle which was a bit worrying... but didn't sting so I just assumed it was working. It then got tighter and dried out which was a wierd sensation for me as I've not used facemasks before other then that one that went horribly wrong... However after 10 minutes the mask time was over and I used the little sponges to remove the mask and my skin was glowing! I then just toned and moisturised like normal and my skin felt lovely! The boyf later commented I was glowing and looked lovely and I didn't even have any makeup on! Result!
A week later - my skin hasn't broken out and is looking clear and refined. Overall therefore I am really happy and will keep using this once a week. The starter set I was sent is £12.50 and you can buy it from here. I think it is worth it for the price as it's a lovely product which hasn't made me break out (and I guess it's a cleansing mask, so the lack of spots suggests it's working?)
However my only question - can anyone make a face mask look glamorous?