I love face masks. Its a great excuse to have some ‘you time’ and relax whist giving your skin some TLC. They recommend a couple of times a week treating your skin, but the issue I have is the mess. The glorious mud gets all over the place and the clean up can end up stressing you out more than you were in the first place, defeating the object of trying to relax. If I am honest it puts me off doing them.

Enter the Sheet Mask, the latest craze. No mess or fuss, just beautiful skin. Whats not to love. I got this one in my recent Glossy Boxes, which I was too late to do an unboxing for alas. It really was a good box!! This item is Vitamasques’s Manuka Honey Face Mask which boast three layers of mask which aid in hydration, so that can only be a good thing. Retailing at £3.99 you can grab them here and it looks like they do a whole load more of them, so I shall be stocking up I think, although this one I got in my January Glossybox.

I left the mask on for the specified 20 mins and once removed massaged the rest of the product into my skin. Some masks have quite a strong smell, but this one didn’t smell of much at all. It also didn’t tear on me which was nice. It fit my face really well and I was able to get it into all the little nooks and crevices. I have to say I am pretty impressed with this mask. My skin felt amazing afterwards and still felt super soft into the days after.

 

See, this is one of the reasons I love Glossybox and boxes similar. Without them I would never have known about Vitamasques, or the many other products that I have totally fallen head over heels in love with. So I would encourage you to grab a Glossybox (not Birchbox though, as I have had nothing but issues from them), or skip that and check out Vitamasques directly. I promise you that you will not be disappointed.

XO’s
Amy

3 Comments on Holy Mask Batman!!

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