Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Liz Earle Brightening Treatment Mask Review

I'm not usually a mask kinda gal. I just don't have the time. But two minutes, I do have, and that's all Liz Earle's Brightening Treatment Mask takes. Liz Earle say that this fast acting mask will instantly revitalise dull and lacklustre skin. It contains camphor oil to stimulate and witch hazel to tone and help give skin radiance. Other ingredients include white clay, aloe vera and sweet almond oil.

To me, this smells very similar to Liz Earle's Cleanse and Polish and you use it in a similar way too. You apply one or two pumps to dry skin and massage it in lightly, leave for up to two minutes, and remove with a muslin cloth soaked in warm water. I find that at the end of the two minutes, a lot of the product has soaked into my skin. 

The packaging mentions that you may experience a slight tingling sensation but I didn't notice this. It is worth noting, however that Liz Earle don't recommend this product for sensitive skin. 

I first used this when recovering from a two day migraine - after 48 hours of pain killers, puking (sorry), no food and no skin care, my face was looking pretty rough. In fact, my brother reckons I look like this after having a migraine:

Nice. Brothers are so sympathetic and complimentary, aren't they? I'm sorry for polluting a lovely Liz Earle post with that picture! But just so ya know how bad it was. 

After using the mask, my skin was visibly brighter, felt soft and smooth and flaky patches had been removed by the exfoliating action of the muslin cloth. I also looked less like a rotund, mustachioed pro wrestling manager, thankfully. I've used it about once a week since and it's a great pick me up when your skin is feeling dull and needs a bit of jujj. I love that it's such a quick fix too. 

Brightening Treatment Mask is available in a 50ml pump bottle with or without a muslin cloth, a 50ml tube, or a 15ml trial/travel size with a muslin cloth. Prices range from €6.25 to €17.00. 

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