Tuesday, 14 August 2018

OSKIA’s Renaissance Mask

I hold my hands up to being a face mask addict, I do use at least 2 a week depending on how my skin is feeling and for me, it is a way to wind down and sit still for those few minutes and not be on the move.  

Oskia is one brand I am really enjoying the discovery of and the Renaissance Mask is described by many as being a Spa in a jar, it is designed to increase cell turnover, boost radiance and gradually reduce the appearance of fine lines and imperfections.
OSKIA’s Renaissance Mask
OSKIA’s Renaissance Mask
OSKIA’s Renaissance Mask
Pink in colour, the balm is just divine on the skin, with a real buttery texture which feels so good on the skin. As soon as it is applied and massaged onto the skin, the pink balm turns white which I find quite therapeutic to watch. As a plumping and brightening enzyme mask for all skin types, it uses some incredible ingredients which include:
  • Natural Fruit Acids (AHA’s), including passion fruit, lemon, grape and pineapple fruit acids exfoliate by gently unbinding cells in the top layer of the skin to activate renewal. Enzymes from papaya remove excess and tired skin, cleansing thoroughly and clearing congested pores. 
  • Lactic Acid (AHA, chemical exfoliant), reduces the appearance of fine lines by increasing cell turnover while softening skin. 
  • Ribose increases cell respiration and reloads the skin with new energy by stimulating ATP (cell energy) levels to revitalise and illuminate. The natural anti-histamine Butterbur soothes irritation and aids healing. 
  • Swiss Garden Cress Liposomes leave the complexion balanced, even and bright by reducing melanin production by 47%. 
  • Prebiotic Alpha-Glucan Oligosaccharide prevents bacteria colonisation and keeps skin healthy. 
  • Glycerin, humectant which works to moisturize the skin by drawing water from the air into the skin's outer layer. 
Not only is this a hydrating and nourishing mask it also works to resurface the skin and whenever I use this mask, my skin feels just incredible, not only to the touch, but when applying makeup, it goes on much smoother, I have a natural glow and literally it is just an amazing mask.  I have never had any adverse reactions, it doesn't sting or tingle whilst being used and nor does it irritate my skin at all.  

This mask retails for £51 and it can be found right HERE at Cult Beauty.





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13 comments:

  1. I do love a good mask too. This is one brand I really want to try xxx

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  2. This sounds heavenly. I want to try x

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  3. I think this might be my favourite face mask ever! I just love how my skin looks and feels after I use it! xx

    Beautylymin| AnastasiaBeverlyHillsNorvinaPaletteGiveaway

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  4. I once had a sample of this and I found it broke me out which broke my heart but my bank balance was very happy ahaha! X

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  5. I’ve heard great things about this brand! x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  6. I can't resist a good face mask either. I've read amazing things about this brand recently.

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  7. I have never heard about this brand, thank you so much for sharing your thought!
    Lots of love ♥ Janury Girl

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  8. Ahhh it just sounds so incredible x

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  9. I had this a year or so ago and completely loved it! It made my skin feel incredible, I love the smell too

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  10. It sounds insane because of how much i love skincare but i have never tried oskia people seem to always rave about it

    www.theskincaresavior.com

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  11. I really want to try this but I struggle to spend £51 on it x

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  12. One of my favourite masks ever! Think I'm on my 3rd tub x

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  13. It really does sound like a spa in a jar! x

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