Sunday, 24 August 2014

The Five Minute At Home Facial by Superdrug

I love having facials and I love face masks, the nearest I get to having a regular facial. There is something quite relaxing about covering your face in lotions, potions, gels and fabrics to cleanse and clean your face.

Superdrug have just launched 'The Five Minute At Home Facial' in the form of fabric masks and I have very kindly been sent the set to try out.  Designed to give your skin an indulgent boost, these masks have been inspired by Asian beauty trends.  The fabric sheet which forms the mask has been soaked with effective b;ends to give the skin an almost instantaneous boost.  The five minute home facial title caught my eye because as someone who always feels like they are on the go Monday to Friday, I find it hard to find long enough to stick on a face mask to give it time to work, with this, 5 minutes is all you need, perfect.

I have been more than impressed with Superdrug products lately and not too long ago reviewed the Overnight Glycolic Peel which to me rivals Origins Overnight mask, you can read all about it here.

The collection contains four masks which have been created to address the most common skin problems Dull and Blemished skin, Parched and Rough Skin, Stressed and overworked Skin and Clogged and Tired Skin and the masks are packaged like this:

The Five Minute At Home Facial by Superdrug

Working from left to right:

Hydrating Facial Mask is designed for parched and rough skin.  Using a rich complex of Plant Collagen and Glycerin along with Pelvetiane seaweed, this mask infuses the skin with goodness to leave it ultra-smooth and supple.

Calming Facial Mask is for those people who have stressed and overworked skin.  Using a herbal blend of Green Tea, Cucumber Fruit and Aloe Vera Juice, this mask is said to provide a soothing sensation whilst reviving the skins radiance, leaving it beautifully supple.

Deep Cleansing Face Mask is for people with clogged and tired skin and is designed to cleanse away impurities and detoxify the skin.  Using Dead Sea Salt, Menthol and Seaweed this mask cleanses and renews the complexions radiance to leave your skin silky smooth and reinvigorated.

Purifying Facial Mask is for those with dull and blemished skin.  Using a blend of Green Tea and Spearmint Oils, this mask cleanses the skin of any blemishes and refreshes it with cooling spearmint to leave the skin soft and supple.

I am looking forward to putting all of these masks to the test, so look out for reviews on each of them.  They retail for just £1.29 which is an absolute bargain and you can find them in your local Superdrug.

Do you like using facemasks? Do you like the sound of these?




11 comments:

  1. I love a good face mask. The deep cleansing mask sounds like something I'd enjoy :) Raspberrykiss xo

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  2. I haven't used a face mask in so long! I love Superdrug so I'll give these a go! x

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  3. These look fantastic! I love the old range of 99p Superdrug facemasks, so I bet these won't disappoint xo

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  4. I quite fancy trying these myself :o)

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  5. £1.29 is a total bargain! I'm quite happy with my current face mask but may try a sachet of one of these out in the future x

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  6. I couldn't find them in my local Superdrug, I did get a load of new face masks to try out though because they were 3 for 2!

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  7. I use a deep cleansing face treatment each week. I buy it in tube so I'm sure how many applications I get out of it.

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  8. I really don't like the fabric masks.... I tend to make my own clay face masks at home x

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  9. I used to use commercial face masks, but now I make my own from ingredients I have at home. I got really into traditional asian beauty and make my own ubtans. Much cheaper, even than Superdrug ;-)

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  10. These look fab. I think even I vould find 5 minutes

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  11. These look brilliant and having a facial is one of my favourite things to do.

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