My absolute favourite skincare product of all time are face masks. I love just pampering myself and treating myself to a good face masks, and they really do wonders for my skin. Because of this, naturally, I have acquired quite the collection but, as you may guess, I don’t want the collection to stop here. I have a whole (big!) wish list of face masks I still want to purchase and try out. Some, admittedly I will probably never buy unless I am feeling very spendy (is that a word) because some are really quite expensive. But one can dream right? 😉
Retails for €58 on beautybay.
Peter Thomas Roth Cucumber Gel Masque is an ultra-gel, non-stinging, anti-irritant gel masque for all skin types including even the most sensitive skin. Recommended for daily use as a hydrating and calming masque. It may also be used under the eye area to reduce puffiness.
I have heard so much about this mask from everywhere on the internet, and so much about this brand as well so I must try at least one of their masks some day. The downside is that it is HELLA expensive so I don’t know if I’ll ever be splurging this much on just one face mask.
Retails for €26.10 on beautybay.
A purifying face mask. Boosting skin clarity and minimising pores, Black Peel Off Caviar Mask removes blackheads and dead skin cells for a clear, smooth complexion. With an easy peel-off formula, gently and effectively extract impurities to stimulate collagen production and minimise lines and wrinkles.
Is this the mask that took over the internet that basically all the big youtubers use that hurts when you take it off? Well either way I am intrigued by this mask and I haven’t got anything like it, and when I don’t even have anything like it in my collection it’s even more reason to buy it.
Glam Glow Supermud Clearing Treatment
Retails for $69 on their website and for €50.95 on douglas.nl
SUPERMUD® for super clear super poreless skin.Our most advanced clearing treatment developed for men & women to help fight common skin concerns. Visibly see your pore congestion pull-out & encapsulate within the mask. Immediate and amazing results in just one use.
After hearing so much about glamglow I thought, as a face mask obsessed, I HAVE to try at least one of their masks. I have to be honest, I don’t suffer with the biggest pore problem but I do have them and am annoyed by them from time to time. So I’d rather just have one very good mask (or let’s hope it’s good) that tackles this problem. Yet the price point again is very high which is a shame as I don’t remember there being a lot of product in there.
Retails for €10.50 on the Dutch lush website and for £6.95 on the British lush website
There will be no fear of missing out on great skin with this little beauty. Gentle calamine powder calms and soothes while rose absolute balances for enviably clear skin. A touch of bright neroli evens skin tone and will have you feeling fine in no time.
When the jelly face masks first came out in the United States I went crazy, such a new idea and concept! I specially went crazy for this particular one because it is supposed to be made to specifically fight redness on the face, something which I suffer very much of! But it was out a while in the States before it came to Holland, so imagine my impatience, I even went to lush and asked one of their staff members if they knew when it was coming to Holland (as if they get that kind of information). But now it is finally here (I screamed a little when they announced it on their instagram, I know, a bit sad right) and I can’t wait to finally get my hands on one! Note: I went and purchased it just the other day.
Retails for €11.50 on the Dutch lush website and for £7.50 on the British lush website.
Rhassoul mud, which is highly absorbent, works with cocoa powder to draw out all the dirt and impurities and give a deep cleanse. Fresh mint stimulates and tones the skin, whilst linseed and cocoa butter soften and moisturise.
Isn’t it a dream to be able to smear chocolate all over your face and it actually doing something good for you (not that I’m saying chocolate is bad, eating a little bit of dark chocolate each day is actually really good for your health I’ve heard). The concept of this mask just really intrigued me and lush masks have never disappointed me before.