Hello, everyone! On my latest trip to Lush in Oxford Circus, I was surrounded by so many options, it got overwhelming. I mean, we all know that if I die, I want to be buried in a Lush store, after all, it smells so nice in there, nobody would sense by presence. Maybe the customers I`ll haunt when I`m bored…Anyway, moving on. The fact is that I got lots of stuff, which will be reviewed soon. I don`t want my page to turn into the official Lush website, so I`ll probably do a review per week. Today the spotlight in on one of their fresh face mask, Brazened Honey.
The mask, although it has honey in it, also smells very herbal, due to the mix of fennel, ginger root, parsley and coriander. These all detox your skin and help stimulate the circulation. The list of herbs and spices included does not stop here because it also has sage, rosemary and clove bud oils which have antiseptic properties. The scent is quite fresh and feels very refreshing when you put it on.
The texture is a bit gritty, so it doubles as an exfoliator. A little goes a long way and it spreads really easy and even. You need to leave it for 10-15 minutes and in this time, it dries out. When you wash your face in turns back into a creamy texture and the small grainy particles buff away your dead skin. Afterwards, thanks to honey and almond oil, your skin feels really smooth and nourished.
I love this face mask so much, I think it`s my favourite from Lush. Using it on a regular basis helped fight my blemishes and spots and in a couple of weeks made my skin a lot clearer. For me, this quickly became a must use product in the summer because it helped control my sebum and reduced the excess oil. Although the pot looks tiny, you`ll get many uses out of it, so for 6.50£, it`s quite a bargain. Themed with Cosmetic Warrior, I have found the solution to having a healthy, clear and glowing skin all summer.
Have you tried this face masks before? Let me know in the comments below. Also, if you got anything recent from Lush, I`d love to hear about them.