I’ve been super crazy busy recently so my posts have been non existent – thanks to M for filling in for me! This is exactly why we blog together – not only would we blog similar posts anyway but we can help each other out when the other doesn’t have the time.
My parents are both due into hospital again and I’ve been to Paris for work so things have been a little all over the place but with an upcoming week off I will be catching up on everything!
A few weeks ago we both went to Lush for their latest event (you can see our post here) and I stocked up my product collection with a few new additions.
I picked up the Yoga Bomb bath bomb, Ultrabland facial cleanser, Needles and Pine shower jelly and Cupcake Fresh Face mask as well as the infamous Porridge soap.
I’ve been using them all ever since and have honestly been loving them all!
This review however is dedicated to the Cupcake Fresh Face mask. This costs £6.50 for the 75g, and the reviews show 4* out of 5.
It contains only 13 ingredients including rhassoul mud, fairtrade organic cocoa butter, fresh mint and spearmint and peppermint oils.
The most important ingredient is rhassoul mud which works with the cocoa powder to draw all of the impurities from your skin and deeply cleanse it to remove all of the dirt.
Fresh mint can be used to stimulate and tone the skin and the linseed infusion and cocoa butter moisturise and hydrate the skin. I don’t know about you but this sounds good enough to eat right??!
I was won over as soon as I saw it in store and wanted to to just dive right into a huge vat of it!
Unfortunately it doesn’t come in a pot that big so i picked up the standard size and brought it home to try. As you can see I looked a little ridiculous with it all over my face!
I left this on my face for 10/15 minutes as recommended and my skin has been helped so much. The amount of oil has been reduced and so has the redness, breakouts have also pretty much disappeared which is amazing news.
I would really recommend this to anyone who suffers with break outs and redness, and needs that extra bit of oil mopping up.
Plus who doesn’t love a face mask that looks like liquid chocolate?!
What masks are your favourite from Lush?