Sunday, 30 May 2021

Skincare | Five More Facemasks

Facemasks are one of my favourite indulgent skincare items and since my last facemask post in September, I have acquired five more! Read on to see what I think of them! 

 

five facemasks review lanolips dermalogica sand&sky i'm from huxley

The Huxley Secret of Sahara Good Night Sleep Mask RRP £24 has featured a couple of times before, most recently in my K Beauty Favourites. It’s a beautiful, cooling, gel like formula that contains Pricky pear seed oil, hyaluronic acid and centella asiatica. For an overnight mask, it feels exceptionally lightweight and absorbs quickly! I was actually worried that this wouldn’t hydrate my skin enough especially as I started using it regularly while on Roaccutane when my skin was at its driest but it delivered every time! My skin feels nourished and I wake up with calm, hydrated, smooth and plump skin! Bear in mind it is lightly scented – personally this doesn’t bother me and I love the scent – a subtle floral that reminds me of something I can’t quite put my finger on!

 

Sticking with K Beauty and the I’m From Mugwort Mask RRP £32 also featured in the same post as the Huxley mask! Forget outfit repeating, I am a product repeater! I love the I’m From Mugwort Essence so much I just had to pick up the mask to match after hearing so many good reviews and this really didn’t disappoint either! It’s a super gentle wash off mask designed for sensitive or irritated skin and it instantly calms down angry skin taking the redness out! The “bits” you can see are mugwort pieces but aren’t abrasive at all, the mask feels like gel and spreads easily! It has an earthy scent and only needs to be on for 5-10 minutes for skin to feel soothed and calm! 

 

i'm from mugwort mask review

Next up, back to overnight masks and the Lanolips Face Base The Aussie Flyer Jetlag Mask RRP £20 (for 60ml - mine is 30ml) which as well as lanolin also contains coffee to reboot dull skin and mint oil to restore radiance. This isn’t strongly scented to me nor do I experience any tingling with it due to the mint oil but it’s something to keep in mind if you have very sensitive skin! This only needs to be left on for 10 minutes then it can just be tissued off to get the results but I tend to just leave on overnight! It leaves my skin feeling plump and hydrated I reviewed it along with the other Lanolips products in my collection in this round up post! 

 

five facemasks review lanolips dermalogica sand&sky i'm from huxley

The newest mask to my collection is the Dermalogica Melting Moisture Masque* RRP £59 and its quickly become my most used! Containing shea butter, mango seed butter, linoleic acid and Vitamin E, this is a very nourishing moisturising mask that transforms from a balm to an oil on contact with skin and is perfect for dry skin! You just hold the pump to dispense (it can be quite slow especially if it’s a cold day!) and a pea size amount is enough for your whole face as a little goes a long way! It melts into an oil and is like a comfort blanket overnight for skin! I wake up to smooth and hydrated skin and this would have been perfect while I was on roaccutane! I think the price is really reasonable too considering its a 50ml and you need so little each time! 

 

dermalogica melting moisture masque review

Lastly, I have the Sand&Sky Australian Pink Clay Porefining Mask* RRP £36.90 (for 60g – mine is 30g - code DANIELLES for 10%) and this one I have had since before Christmas as it featured in my gift guide however I’ve only been able to use it within the last month as it contains Vitamin A which is a no go on Roaccutane (which coincidentally is also Vitamin A lol). Now I’ve been off it for the last month, I have slowly been introducing this mask and so far so good! It’s a ten minute mask that uses Australian pink clay to detoxify and brighten skin, drawing out impurities and refining pores. Now, I am still on a clear skin high at the minute so haven’t noticed anything in the way of a clearer complexion but the tingle with this is real and when I remove I do notice my skin feels smoother and tighter (but not dry), pores look smaller and my skin looks brighter overall. I think it would work particularly well if you have oily skin and I can’t wait to test it out more as my skin returns to normal over the next few months! 

 

sand&sky australian pink clay porefining mask review

So those are the latest five masks to my collection! If you want to see part one of this series click here! Let me know if you have tried any of these or what your favourite face mask is! 

 

*denotes a PR sample that was sent to me.

All opinions are my own. Affiliate links used.

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Danielle xx

 

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26 comments

  1. Have not used any of these masks before they sound like great options

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  2. I love the Lano, it is amazing for my skin!

    Danielle | thereluctantblogger.co.uk

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  3. These look so cool! I haven't been using masks but do like the look of this and dermalogica one stands out for me
    Laila
    www.lailanblog.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. The Sand&Sky mask seems super cool, but honestly I want to try all of these haha

    x,
    S | Je M'appelle Chanel

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  5. I love the Huxley mask and cannot get enough of the Dermalogica one - it's divine! x

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    1. They are both beautiful! All the hydration! xx

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  6. I really want to try that sand and sky mask! I love clay masks but the pink clay one I have now isn't that great.

    Hope your week is going well :)

    Away From The Blue

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  7. I keep hearing such great things about mugwort products! I will have to check the mugwort mask out. Does it have a weird smell? I am always thrown off by the color lol!

    Jill
    https://jilliancecilia.com/

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    1. Oh you defintiely have to! It has an earth smell but nothing offensive, I don't really notice it!

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  8. Im totally agree with u! Thanks and keep sharing great content.

    Love,
    Alexandra,
    Casual Jeans Style Ideas

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  9. I didn't realise Sand&Sky mask has vitamin A in... I used to use vitamin A all the time but stopped for some reason or another. x

    Zoey | www.zoeyolivia.com

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    1. Oh yeah it's such a great ingredient! I am incorporating more now i am off roaccutane! xx

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  10. I always hear such good things about the mugwort mask, i'm going to have to pick it up for myself!

    Molly xx
    https://volumesofbeauty.com

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    1. You have to Molly! It's pricey but I got 20% off and its lasted ages too, so good for soothing skin! xx

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  11. Mugwart mask that sounds like something out of a HP movie lol. But seriously I need to a good face mask, I have a few I need to use.

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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    1. Haha right?! It does such a great job of soothing and calming stressed skin! xx

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  12. I really need to try that Sand & Sky mask, it sounds so good and I love the bright pink packaging haha.

    xoxo Simone | https://beautymone.com

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    1. Omg I love the packaging! All their stuff is bright pink and so fun! xx

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  13. I love so much face masks and always searching new one. I didn't try any of these. Thank you for recommendation.

    www.exclusivebeautydiary.com

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