Welcome to another blog post! For a while now, I've been trying out the face masks that are available at The Body Shop and I thought that it was time to tell you what I think about them all.
The Body Shop have created some amazing skincare over the years but within the past year they have released ranges such as their Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Oils Of Life and Superfood Face Masks. They have also released things such as Vegan Make Up Brushes. TBS have also released a Northern flagship store in the heart of Leeds city centre which showcases exclusive products and concepts such as personalised body butters, a VIP room and now create your own scrubs.
Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask
Charcoal draws out the impurities within your skin so if you need something that will make your skin feel cleansed and healthy looking then this one is perfect for you. This mask is 100% vegan as well so if you're looking for a vegan mask then this might be for you.
I'm still a bit unsure how I feel about this mask. The smell was very clean and masculine which is good for first thing in the morning but when you have the face mask on it tightens the skin slightly and I'm always a bit weirded out by that. Saying that, this mask is great for people that need their skin to feel a bit better and gives a lovely glow/ Due to the scent being clean, I think that this particular mask will target men who want a mask to sort their skin out but don't want something with a powerful scent. 7/10
Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask
Honey is known as an amazing moisturising product and as this product also contains Marula and Olive Oil it ensures that your face gets all the nourishment that it needs therefore if your face is a little dry then this might be the perfect one for you.
I like this one but it doesn't fully set so I'm not fully sure on how I feel about it. The scent screams honey but die to the other oils so it reminds me more of sun tan lotion than Honey but its still an amazing mask for anyone with dry skin. 8/10
Chinese Ginseng & Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask
This mask is inspired by Chinese tradition and contains a mixture of Ginseng and Rice extracts and Sesame Seed Oil. This mask is perfect for anyone who is trying to ensure that their skin is brighter looking or has a more even colouring to it.
The scent of this one is different to any other mask I have used. It has a deep sort of Ginger scent going on and I like it but I don't expect it to be the scent of a face mask. I love the rice extract as it ensures that your face gets a proper polish without it being too harsh on the skin. 8/10
Amazonian Acai Energising Radiance Mask
This mask is 100% Vegan and is inspired by the rituals of Amazonian tribes. This product contains Acai Berry (the berry that no one knows how to say the name of), Guarana and Babassu Oil. This one invigorates and exfoliates sleepy skin to make it look bright and ready for action first thing in the morning,
I love this one. I don't know whether its because it looks/smells like Jam or if its because the bits in the mask exfoliate really well but I love what it does. I do think that the jam quality may not be the best thing first thing in the morning but it does what it says on the pot. 9.5/10
British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask
This mask is also 100% Vegan and has a gel consistency to it. It's infused with Rose Petals, Rose Essence, Rosehip Oil and Organic Fair Trade Aloe Vera. All of these ingredients help to nourish and ensure that the skin has a dewy look to it.
I love the British Rose scent from The Body Shop within the Spring months as it's a nice soft scent to start the year off with. This one is a weird one as it feels a bit Botox-y due to it plumping up the skin but I loved the results that I got from it and I loved the scent. 8.5/10
If you want to find out more about these masks then you can always check out The Body Shop's website here.
Have you tried any of the The Body Shop face masks? Let me know down below!
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This is not a sponsored post. I've tried all of these masks via samples from The Body Shop. All views in this post are my own.