Saturday, 11 July 2015

Lush cupcake face mask | Review

Hello
I'm back with another Lush product review. I think I'm going to post one every Saturday until I run out of things from lush to review. Now today is a first, there is a product from lush that I don't really like. Shocked? I was to but I wanted to review the product because it’s only my opinion and others might want to try it.

So the cupcake face mask was on my list of lush product to try for an awful long time. My sister loves this face mask and when she had it, I really loved the smell and I wanted to try it for myself. I was really surprised to find that when I got it, it smelt very strong and more minty than cupcakey. To me it didn't really smell much like chocolate either.

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It says on the website that "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. Smooth a generous layer of this mask onto your face and leave for 10 to 15 minutes.” My skin felt like it was burning when I applied this mask. I understand that the mint stimulating the skin might feel a little tingling sensation but it felt like my face was on fire. Maybe it was my skin reacting with one of the ingredients but when I took it off my skin was so red. It took about an hour for the redness to go down a little. I definitely feel like my skin has a deep cleanse, in the sense that it felt like it was burning my skin off. 

I hate to be a downer on a lush product but I wanted to give you all an honest review. It might just be my skin reacting to an ingredient but if you want to get this, I would recommend you pop into lush and ask for a sample to try before you buy. I'll definately be sticking to love lettuce in the future.

Have any of you tried the cupcake face mask from lush? What did you think of it?

Bye for now xxx