Welcome to a brand new blog post! The Body Shop have released two brand new masks and I thought that today I would tell you guys what I thought about them both.
The Body Shop have released quite a few items this Summer including the Spa Of The World Firming range, their new hair care products (you can read about both in my post via clicking here), re-releasing their infamous cocktail influenced ranges (Virgin Mojito and Pinita Colada) and even bringing out two new brilliant masks for people such as you and I to enjoy.
The first product that I am going to talk to you all about is the brand new Expert Facial Mask. This mask is called Japanese Matcha Tea Pollution Clearing Mask which might sound like a bit of a mouthful but it promises to do amazing things to your skin if you're submerged in air pollution such as living in the hustle and bustle City Of London.
This mask is infused with Matcha Green Tea from Kakegawa in Japan. The product also contains Dandelion Extract and soul-soothing Aloe Vera from Mexico. This mask is 100% Vegan. It also deeply purifies and gently exfoliates your skin to remove the weekly build-up of city pollutants,.dirt and grime.
This mask has a scent of freshly cut grass mixed with a deep musky hint of Tea which I quite like as it makes it a grea smelling mask to use in the morning due to the freshness of the freshly cut grass element but also a great mask to use at night due to the hint of musk that you get when using this mask. The texture of this mask is very creamy due to Shea Butter being in the mask which also makes this quite a nourishing mask. I like the creaminess but I normally use creamier masks at night time before I use a Night Cream so if you're wanting something slightly more tightening for when you're using a mask in the morning then I'd suggest the Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Glow Mask and then for when using a mask at night I'd suggest this as it definitely purifies the skin without stripping too much of the natural moisture that is in the skin.
I would definitely suggest this to anyone that lives in a very busy city or for someone who wants something to help purify their skin.
The second mask that I shall be talking to you about is Tea Tree Anti-Imperfection Night Mask.
Wake up to clearer-looking skin! This mask is specifically formulated to care for oily skin and imperfections while you sleep. It is infused with Salicylic Acid and Tea Tree Oil, This mask is 100% Vegan! It will reduce the size and number of imperfections and achieve clearer, smoother, and healthier-looking skin.
The scent of this is well Tea Tree... You will know exactly what I mean when you smell anything that contains pure Tea Tree Oil. It just has a Medicinal scent to it. I think that this is a good thing though when it comes to applying a Night Mask as I don't want anything too overstimulating scent before going to bed.
The texture is slightly more gel than anything which sounds weird but if you've tried the Drops Of Youth Sleepy Bouncing Mask then you will exactly know what I mean. Its a gel that turns into a bit more of a watery texture but the fun thing about this is that it slightly sets which means that it;s definitely working!
This mask does definitely reduce any imperfections and ask my face is full of them due to enjoying dairy with a body that cant even tolerate it means that I breakout as soon as I say the word lactose but this mask reduced the size of my spots and calmed any scars that I had from acne right down.
I would definitely recommend this if you have a few imperfections and you wanted them to be reduced in a humane way.
Make sure that you're checking out The Body Shop as at the minute you can get a voucher for three free face masks including the new Japanese Matcha Tea Pollution Clearing Mask and a couple of others.
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I hope that you've enjoyed this beauty based blog post and that you come back next time for another blog post.
Thanks for reading!
This blog post was out of my own pocket and wasn't in return of free products or services. All views, opinions and ramblings are my own.