1. Brazened Honey
This is hands down the best mask I’ve ever tried (so far). Brazened Honey was given to me as a free sample at the till as I was buying so many by Advertise” href=”http://s.igmhb.com/click?v=SUU6MTM0NzMwOjg5NjE6cHJvZHVjdDplZGUxNTEzMGYwMWZjYjg2YWM2YjM5YjZjNWFmMmExYTp6LTI0NDktODg2Mjc4MDQ6d29yZHByZXNzLmNvbTozOTE5MTA6MjNhYzI3MDY5NzcwNDE1NTJjYTFmYzQ1NDkxODUzMWQ6NzFjMmNjNDE1YWQ2NGE3NDkwOWM4MTIwYTJiNzBjOTY6MTpkYXRhX3NzLDcyOHgxMzY2O2RhdGFfcmMsMztkYXRhX2ZiLG5vOzo0NDA0OTkzOjo6MC4wMQ&subid=g-88627804-816d74ebac024f6c9d8317d7338b4792-&data_ss=728×1366&data_rc=3&data_fb=no&data_tagname=A&data_ct=image_only&data_clickel=link&data_sid=53025b3f69f83ecdc588ecf1cfc7ca8e” target=”a652c_1492511607_wordpresscom_391910″> products that day. Honestly, I didn’t think I’d get any use out of it as the sales adviser mentioned it was aimed towards people with normal to dry skin, where as I have combination to oily skin. Since the first time using the Brazened Honey mask, I noticed a difference in my skin straight away. After leaving a layer of this on you skin for about 10-12 minutes, you’ll notice it start to dry and harden. When the mask comes in contact with water, it starts to loosen and becomes a more liquid consistency. Gently massage the product around the face as a sort of exfoliating cleanser before washing it off completely. This mask makes my skin feel incredibly soft, brightened, and moisturised without feeling greasy. The LUSH website says it includes fresh fennel, ginger root, parsley and coriander to detox and stimulate the skin, where as the honey and almond oil ingredients are used to soothe and moisturise the skin. If you only wanted to try one of the by Advertise” href=”http://s.igmhb.com/click?v=SUU6MTM0NzMwOjg5NjE6cHJvZHVjdDoxNjJmNjU2ZmVjZTgwNDY5Y2VkNjA4YjQxNmI5NDRlMjp6LTI0NDktODg2Mjc4MDQ6d29yZHByZXNzLmNvbTozOTE5MTE6M2U4OTIzMjliOTkyZWEwY2VjN2I4MGEyYzMyNTY2N2E6MDNlNGQ5ZDFkMjNlNGE1MTgxNTEzNjdjYjlmYzFiMzQ6MTpkYXRhX3NzLDcyOHgxMzY2O2RhdGFfcmMsMztkYXRhX2ZiLG5vOzo0NDA0OTkzOjo6MC4wMQ&subid=g-88627804-816d74ebac024f6c9d8317d7338b4792-&data_ss=728×1366&data_rc=3&data_fb=no&data_tagname=A&data_ct=image_only&data_clickel=link&data_sid=53025b3f69f83ecdc588ecf1cfc7ca8e” target=”a652c_1492639232_wordpresscom_391911″> products from the blog post, I definitely recommend it be this face mask.
Price per 75g tub: €9.95
2. H’Suan Wen Hua
I may be unable to pronounce this hair mask but I still love it. Having dyed, bleached and assaulted my hair with the straighteners countless times, I wanted something help repair some of the years of abuse. Recommended in store, this product is filled with free range eggs (protein) to strengthen the hair, avocado and banana to moisturise the hair, as well as bay leaf and cinnamon leaf oil to stimulate growth. My hair is oily at the roots but the ends are extremely dry. Therefore I apply the bulk of the product to the ends of my hair and work upwards, applying the excess to my roots. Normally, I leave it in for about an episode of my current favourite T.V. show (this also created a routine which helped me remember to actually use a hair mask once a week). Ever since I started using it, my hair is significantly stronger and re-hydrated. The H’Suan Wen Hua mask has made my hair so healthy, hairdressers no longer spend 15 minutes tutting at me whenever I go in for an auld butchering session.
Price per 225g tub: €12.95
3. Cup O’ Coffee
Who wouldn’t want to smear something that smells like coffee all over their body? That is exactly why this mask was purchased. Cup O’ Coffee is an excellent exfoilent as it isn’t too harsh or irritating to my skin. It’s great for removing any dry or dead skin cells to create a perfectly smooth base for my make-up. As this product can also be used on the body, I was delighted to find it clears up any spots along my upper arms & back which sometimes appear after the gym.
Price per 150g/325g tub : €9.25/€17.95