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Could This Be The Best Face Mask I Have Ever Tried?


If you know me then you know that I love trying out the Fresh Face Masks from Lush; see my reviews of the Festive Cranberry, and the Cupcake/Cosmetic Catastrophe. My most recent purchase was 'Don't Look At Me!


Let's face it, the colour was a big factor in buying it. It is such a bright and rich turquoise colour that stands out so much in the store display when compared to the neutral greens and creams. How cool would it be to walk around scaring house guests with the shock of the colour.


The three top ingredients are fresh organic lemon juice, murumuru butter and grapefruit oil. The lemon and grapefruit, combined with the chilled temperature of it having been in the fridge, make the mask very fresh and uplifting. The zesty citrus scent brightens up any dull day that I may be having. Mixed into the face mask is ground rice, which I thought was rather unusual to begin with. Now though, I am so thankful for it. I'm very prone to having flaky, dry skin around my nose. After the first few uses of this mask, I notice that my foundation did not catch on any dry patches; because there were none! There is a visible difference between how my foundation sits when I have, and have not, used the mask.


I will one hundred percent be repurchasing this again; once I have been through the rest of the Fresh Face Mask Line. I still have like another nine to try out for the first time, and one that I want to retry. This Still goes down as my top Lush Fresh Face Mask!

Let me know what is your current top face mask to use!

Louise x x

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