I hope you have all had lovely weekends, I’ve had a pretty quiet one. Mainly due to the awful weather and it being the end of the month – no money left!
I have had a pretty good pamper session though, and what would a pamper session be without a face mask??
I picked up the Walnut Stone Face Mask from Miss Patisserie just before Christmas. I had seen it in the shop and heard lots of good things so I snapped it up!
This mask contains Rhassoul clay from Morocco to brighten skin. It also contains kaolin clay and walnut stone for exfoliation and to stimulate circulation. I can hydrate my skin as much as possible but I always need a mask or scrub to help keep my skin looking bright and smooth, and luckily for those of us with dry skin the kaolin clay doesn’t draw any oil from the skin so stops it drying out further.
All you need to do is mix up to 1 tablespoon of the mixture with a few drops of water and ta dah, you have your mask!
I really like the fact that you make this mask up fresh every time you want to use it, and thanks to the lavender oil it smells really good too.
So when it’s all mixed up and on the face what does it look like?
Well it’s not thick like other masks, and it actually feels quite thin on your skin but that isn’t really a problem as sometimes it feels like your skin is coated rather than being cleaned.
It’s also not as scary as some masks!
The Walnut Stone Face Mask comes in at £7.70 for a pot, I’ve used it 3 or 4 times and its not even half way yet so I’d say that’s pretty good. I also really like that you make it up each time by yourself so it’s fresh every time. My skin feels much cleaner and the tiny bits make sure it’s all scrubbed clean too!
Miss Patisserie also has two other masks in the range; The Mineral Mud and the Pink Clay. The Mineral Mud is the next thing on my list to help with my oily T-zone, it still isn’t going anywhere even though I’m 27!
Hav eyou tried the masks from Miss Patisserie? What do you think of making your masks up yourself?