Lush Cupcake Face Mask Review

Monday, 14 May 2012

I'll admit I was a bit sceptical about buying this mask, I'm not really a fan of chocolate scented beauty products(like body butters or shower gels for example). I'm normally a massive fan of Love Lettuce and Mask of Magnaminty. Although I was quite pleasantly surprised when I smelt this and found out that this doesn't actually spell too chocolaty. It also smells quite minty which I found rather refreshing. I didn't actually buy this, I returned 5 empty black pots and got it for free. Seeing as I was getting it for free I though I might as well just risk it.
I am so so so so happy I bought this mask. It's brilliant. It's exam season and my skin flares up quite badly when I'm stressed. This has helped me keep my skin under control. I also find that some other Lush face masks don't come off easily and need a lot of water 'n' scrubbing. This however is washed off easily. And -shock horror- the chocolate smell has actually grown on me. The Lush face masks are £5.75 each which is quite steep. But skincare is something I take very seriously and am willing to pay for products that work. As these masks are made with fresh ingredients they need to be kept in the fridge and they have expiry dates. I've found that masks will still be ok after their expiry date and that I can normally get about 2 months use from a pot using it once to twice a week.

What is your favourite face mask?

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