Cupcake Face Mask
It's the start of the Easter weekend, so why not smoother your face with chocolate like me.
It was the time to carry back my 5 Lush pots to get a fresh mask.
Really I have nearly 10 empty pots but what takes me so long to take them back is .... I honestly cannot stand the smells that a lot of these face masks carry. There is just ONE scent that lingers around & it does put me off purchasing these masks and sometimes I just can't make my way through the entire pot. [Do you know what I mean? What's the scent?!]
Reading the Lush Times I decided to try Cupcake it was one of 2 left that I have yet to try and being Easter 'n' all...let's get in the spirit.
Lush blurbs :
We invented this mask for younger skins and for those who are new to face masks and want to use something that’s cheerful and cheeky but still effective and good at its job.
The serious side of this mask has linseed infusion to nourish and soften the skin, fresh mint for toning, cocoa butter to moisturise and rhassoul mud to absorb grease and give a deep cleanse
The lighthearted side of this mask has cocoa powder, vanilla absolute and spearmint oil - because we wanted this to bring all the comfort of a chocolate bar. Well, a chocolate bar that doesn’t cause spots, of course!
I'll give them this my skin did feel quite smooth after application. Now this does have the smell that I keep talking about but not as strong and it's bearable for me -whaaat!!- so that keeps me happy.
|Pulling my best Steffy Baby Boo! Mask Face !! She always pulls the best faces when reviewing face masks » look!|
It's quite thick in constancy but it's easy to smooth over the face and get a nice cover. I left it on for about 5 minutes.
I think I'm going to use this one for when my skin is a little oily and dry - combination skin - who needs it.
Try not to lick :)
Price : £5.75
Purchase : Lush