How are you all? I am so glad its the weekend as I have been needing a rest from the exhausting week I have had, its getting to that time at work where there’s so much more to do than there is hours in the day! Then as soon as the students come back its going to be a hectic mess, although I am really looking forward to running the Freshers Fair stall again.
A little while ago the lovely team at Liz Earle sent me their Brightening Treatment Mask so I thought I would just let you guys know how I have got on with it, as Liz Earle are fast becoming a company that to me seem can do no wrong when it comes to their products.
The Brightening Treatment Mask claims that whenever you need a pick-me-up you can depend on this to give you a quick fix as in just a few minutes it leaves your skin radiant and revitalised.
Now I love this product but with one exception. I love the fact that it does what it says, making my skin look much brighter, less tired and my skin feeling really soft but the exception is the smell.
I know all Liz Earle products have that natural smell about them and normally I am fine with that with an exception to one other product in their range but with this the smell is really off putting, it reminds me of a Vac and Shake (Do you know what I’m on about?) but then I think it is only on my face for two minutes so I can deal with it as once you wash it off the smell goes so not one to use if I am feeling a little fragile in the morning after the night before.
The mask itself has a very creamy texture which applies great onto the skin and with ingredients like Aloe Vera, White Clay, Witch Hazel, Camphor Oil, Green Mineral Silt and Almond Oil its no wonder that it works a treat. You do experience a slight tingling when it is on and this is warned that it may occur on the actual bottle so because of this they recommend that it wouldn’t be suitable for sensitive skin.
You use this a bit like Cleanse and Polish, massaging it onto the skin and then removing it with a muslin cloth. Although with this you leave it between 30 seconds and 2 minutes as it is a mask and not a cleanser so should be applied onto clean, dry skin.
You can buy this on the Liz Earle website and its priced at £12.75 for a 50ml bottle or £13.50 for the Starter Kit (50ml bottle and a Muslin Cloth)
Have you tried this? Do you want to?
Let me know!