Sunday, 18 December 2016

A Miracle Mask


Face masks have always been one of those skincare products that I've loved, and I can't see that changing any time soon. I guess it all started off when I discovered the Mask Of Magnaminty from Lush, and since then, I've just been experimenting with a few to see if I can find a firm favourite. I'd never had much luck until I found this hidden gem from Soap & Glory.
The Fab Pore 2-En-1 Masque & Peeling has quickly become one of my skincare saviours. I've never really had problematic skin, but it's always been a little bit all over the place. When I was just beginning puberty, it was very greasy, and I'd get multiple breakouts every week without fail. The fact that I had a full fringe probably didn't help, but hey, I was younger back then, so nobody really cared anyway.
My skin's improved a lot over the past few years, but I do still get the odd spot here, and there. That's 100% normal though, especially during the teenage stages!
If ever I'm feeling gross, or like I need to cleanse, and detoxify my skin, then I'll always reach for this tub. It's an absolute godsend, and I don't think that many other scrubs would be able to compare to it either.
When you first take the lid off, you immediately smell mint. Now, I'm someone who loves that, but I know it's probably not everybody's cup of tea. The light blue writing could be seen as a sign that it's a minty fresh product, but maybe I see that in a completely different way to some of you! It's a pale blue, fairly thick mask, and it's also got little exfoliating beads in it, so just be aware of that if you're not into that kind of thing.
This might sound really strange, but I actually think of it as a body butter. They don't usually have exfoliating beads in them from my experience, but the whole consistency is like a whipped up body butter, so it actually feels really luxurious, and like something you would use when you're having a pamper, which is exactly what I do anyway!
On the packaging (not the tub itself, but the box it comes in), it says that you can use it for around 5 minutes if you just want a quick treat for your skin, but if you want a deeper detox, then you should use it for around 15 minutes, and that's how long I keep it on for as well. You can apply it just around certain areas of your face if they're playing up, or you can also put it everywhere, depending on how you're feeling. Just remember that a little goes a long way, and even though the tub is quite small for £10, it can last you for a few months, even if you use it a couple of times a week, every week!
I personally apply a light layer all over my face, and leave it on for 15 minutes whilst I do something else, and then I get a flannel, soak it with warm water, and just wipe it off of my face. It's such a pretty blue colour that I have no shame walking around the house, or sending pictures of myself with it on either!
Even though the Mask Of Magnaminty from Lush was always my favourite face mask, I would definitely say that this one joins it in first place now, because it's honestly amazing! It gives a really nice, tingling sensation when it's on the skin, and it leaves you feeling super soft, and smooth. You definitely know that you have cleansed, and exfoliated once it's been removed, trust me!
Overall, I couldn't recommend this product highly enough. If you're someone who struggles with your skin, or doesn't know what sort of product to use when you're in need of some TLC, then you definitely need to go, and get this! It's only £10, and it really will work wonders. It has for me, so I'm sure it will for you as well!
Have you ever tried this mask? What do you think about it?
Lots of love always,
Jade xo


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