Review: PS Love To Glow Face Mask

I recently went to Primark a.k.a my favourite place ever. I bought a few little bits and pieces, a few candles (surprise surprise), a top in the sale and some face/make up stuff. This little pot was £3, and I love a good face mask so I figured I’d give it a go.

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So, the mask promises to exfoliate, smooth, brighten and moisturize the skin and it suited to oily and dry skin types which is perfect for me because my skin is weird – in some places it’s super oily and in others it’s dry and scaly.

I applied it with a brush, but that was purely because I didn’t want to cake my fingers in clay. You put it on all around your face, avoiding the eye area obvs, and leave it for 10 minutes.

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At first, my skin was burning and I was just about to wash it off quickly but then it started to cool down and I felt my face relax a little. I tried it a few times since and each time my face starts to heat up and sting a little to start with, but when I washed it off there was no redness or signs that my skin didn’t like it so I wasn’t too bothered by it. So, after washing it off  my face felt so smooth and soft! My dry areas were no longer visibly dry and felt a lot more moisturized, but my oily areas didn’t seem to change very much. But it’s the dry areas on my skin that bother me the most so I wasn’t too fussed by it. My skin definitely looked a little more vibrant, like it belonged to a human rather than my usual zombie skin.

I would recommend it but it might be a good idea to avoid this if you have very sensitive skin. At only £3, you kinda get what you pay for but I was pleased with it and would buy again!

 

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3 Comments

  1. I have just discovered your blog through Love Live and Explore, who nominated you Blogger of the week! She is right, such a positive blog! I liked the price of the mask, but you are so right, maybe not good for sensitive skin. Hope you have a lovely weekend!!!
    DenisesPlanet.com

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