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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Beauty | Best Face masks for lazy skincare...

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Even from a young age, I always knew that a Face Mask was an important part of any pamper session. Over the years, I have tried many different types starting of course with 99p ones you used to pick up as a teen. Safe to say, I have manage to master the art of finding Face Masks that adhere to the lazy skincare method.

So which ones do I recommend for lazy skincare?



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The Body Shop Drops of Youth Bouncy Sleep Mask:

This mask is not one of the cheapest options on the market as it is £25.00 for a pot (which is a massive pot to be fair). However, with its gel-like consistency, a little goes a long way. It is a superb mask for when your skin needs that extra bit of hydration. I find that it is best used overnight.

The Body Shop Tea Tree Anti-Imperfection Night Mask:

You know those days when your skin is simply not behaving. Yeah, we all have THOSE days.This little number from The Body Shop is perfect for days like those. The Tea Tree helps to soothe your skin and help clear up those blemishes while you sleep. Perfect!

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Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask:

This mask is another great one when your skin is in need of some serious hydration. Origins is one of my favourite brands and this is one of the best ones that they do. Literally apply to your face and leave it overnight. Wake up in the morning and your skin is nice and nourished.

Origins Ginzing Peel-Off Mask: 

Peel-off masks take me back to my teenage years. I suppose it is almost like the primary school obsession of putting PVA glue on your hand and peeling it off (Just me then?). As I mentioned previously, I love Origins and in particularly their Ginzing range so naturally when this mask landed, I had to give it a go. This mask is designed to brighten up your complexion by removing dead, dull skin and also refine your pores. This one is definitely not one for leaving overnight.


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Sheet Masks:

Over the past couple of years Sheet Masks have gained in popularity and I can easily see why. They are great for a lazy routine (although you may look like a monster with it on) and no rinsing is required. I don't have a favourite brand for these but the concept of them is what I love for a lazy routine.

The Oils of Life Sleeping Cream:

Not strictly a Face Mask but I am including it in this post as it pretty much works as well as one. This is from The Body Shop and is defined as a Sleeping Cream. It is thick, luxurious and melts into your skin like a dream. You will wake up refreshed and with skin that feels nourished. I absolutely love it.

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