Sunday, 13 January 2013

Superfacialist Mask Review.


Neroli Firming Mask - Boots £10.99 £6.99

I've been after a face mask for some time - I'm a little sick of those packet masks and they work out pretty expensive if you buy them regularly. I'm desperate for an Origins mask but right now my purse strings just wont stretch that far, so after doing a little investigating I popped to Boots and picked up this one.

I was very excited to see the Una Brennan Superfacialist products were on offer (and still are) so I had to pick up this mask. Superfacialist is a brand I've heard of before, but did a little research into this product before I decided that this was the mask for me. All of the products in the range are cruelty free and are full of natural ingredients. 

There a few different masks in the range but I did pick this one up on purpose - not for the 'firming' action but the Hyaluronic Acid swayed me. I'm sure everyone has heard of why Hyaluronic Acid and the amazing things it can do for your skin - if you haven't basically it can hold up to 1000 times it's weight in water. I've heard so many good things about Hydraluron Moisture Boost, which has been all over the blogesphere the last few months. Hyaluronic Acid is they thing people have been raving about - the acid is very prominent in young skin so it is related to the elasticity of skin. However I wanted this to help my skin become less dehydrated - the acid, because of it's water retention, allows for your moisturiser to soak in better and do an even better job. I have noticed a difference in the oiliness of my skin, when wearing make up, dramatically improve even after just three tries of this mask. 

The mask does tingle a little but not in a painful way, and leaves your skin really, really soft. I love face masks at the best of times but this feels really luxurious and much more expensive than £6.99, plus you get 75ml which is a large amount for this price. I hope I can try more products from this range cos I'm really impressed. This is certainly a product to give a go if you suffer from dehydrated, but not dry skin like me.

Have you tried anything from this range?

Katie xx
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4 comments

  1. I have a couple of products from this range & I have to say I'm loving them so far.

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  2. That's a fantastic price - when I saw the picture I thought it would be much more expensive! Just discovered your blog and am now following :)

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  3. This sounds lovely. I know i am going to end up trying everything from this brand eventually as it is just amazing. x

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  4. I didn't know they're cruelty free- that's amazing! I also recently bought a face mask from them - rose hydrating and I love it so far!

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