Lush 1000 Millihelens Jelly Face Mask Review

Hey All

As soon as I saw Lush had bought out the Jelly range I need I had to try them, as a huge lush fan I couldn’t wait to try the jelly bath bombs and face masks out. The jelly bath bomb review will be up soon!

I wasn’t sure which mask to go for so went into the Cardiff store and had a chat with the always lovely and helpful team. After a discussion and some demonstrations I went for the 1000 millihelens Jelly Face Mask. I was glad I went in as I’m pretty sure I’ve have used it wrong otherwise! More on that in a bit.

1000 Millihelens Lush Jelly Face Mask

1000 Millihelsn contains apple juice and green tea to brighten and tone the skin and witch hazel to work as an antibacterial and help with any problematic skin issues. It also contains Sicilian lemon, Brazilian orange and neroli oil to help brighten up the skin and makes the mask smell fresh and clean.

1000 Millihelens Lush Jelly Face Mask

To use the mask you break off a small amount from the pot and massage it into a paste on to dry skin! This is where I’d have gone wrong as I usually put face masks on damp skin. I did wonder how it would melt into the skin but a small amount of this goes a long way and easily forms a paste to apply to the skin.

Once washed off my skin feels so smooth, as well as feeling fresh and clean and you use such a small amount this is going to really last you a while!

1000 Millihelens Lush Jelly Face Mask

Best of all not only is it cruelty free along with all of Lush’s products it’s also vegan, none of the jelly range contains gelatine so they are suitable for everyone!

Have you tried any of the jelly range yet? they’re available in-store and online for £6.95.

Love M


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