Sunday, 7 February 2016

Do Brightening Masks really work?

 Liz Earle Brightening Treatment Mask

So I’ve used this little gem a few times now and I must say, I am seriously loving the results that I am seeing. It does what it claims to do – revitalise dull looking skin.

Being 27 weeks pregnant, a good night’s rest is just not happening right now and my skin is showing the effects of sleepless nights. So with the help of this product, I can “fake” a good night’s rest and enhance my pregnancy glow.

It works within a few minutes, by drawing your impurities to the surface, which feels sort of tingly on the skin. Once removed you are left with a glowy flushed complexion leaving you with youthful and healthy looking skin. It leaves my skin feeling really soft as well! The mask itself has a creamy texture and smells pleasant and fresh.

It does state that it is not suitable for sensitive skin, which unfortunately I do have BUT it contains ingredients such as Aloe Vera and Witch Hazel; 2 ingredients that I use daily on my skin anyway so I knew it wouldn’t irritate my skin too much. The first time I used it, it did  leave my skin a little dry but I left it on my skin too long. Now I just leave it on for a minute maximum.

BEFORE & AFTER (no filter or enhancements made to either pic!)

As far as I am concerned, Liz Earle has smashed it again with this little beauty! I am hooked on the Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser (I mean, who isn’t?!) so paired together they are a match made in heaven! 

Links where to buy Liz Earle Brightening Mask- RRP £15:

Have you tried this product? What did you think?


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