I love face masks and they have been a constant step in my weekly routine, for the past 15 years.
I have normal/combination skin and I've always preferred the clay/mud based ones.
Recently, I have been trying the Liz Earle Brightening Treatment Mask* - a fast acting treatment that revitalises the skin, leaving it radiant.
The 50ml bottle comes in this useful white pouch (which is already become my handbag beauty essentials kit) and a muslin cloth.
I found it perfectly tailored for my skin needs, especially in Spring where - with the change of season and higher temperature - I'm experiencing some breakouts and increase in greasiness.
Camphor oil and white clay help to purify the skin but i's gentle enough that I can use it 2/3 times per week; other essentials, natural ingredients include aloe vera to sooth and witch hazel to tone.
It's super-fast: you leave it on between 30 seconds to 2 minutes and once dried, you wipe it off with the provided cloth. Usually, I do my face steamer for 10 minutes - to open up all pores - and after I use the mask.
It's, also, great for a 'quick fix' - maybe before a big night - because it acts so fast and leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean & I don't experience any redness.
The problem with skincare for 'problematic' skin is that they are too aggressive and often they even worsen the issue; so if you're looking for something which is also gentle & soothing and yet deals with the problem and added benefit of natural ingredients, I'd recommend to give this product a go!
Have you tried this mask before? What are your thoughts?