Lush Mask of Magnaminty Review

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Firstly I find it really difficult to say ‘Magnaminty’.

This mask was actually a gift from my parents and I’m pretty sure they got it for me because they know I love mint. I would 100% wear a mint perfume even at the cost of smelling like toothpaste/foot spray. I’ll be honest I’ve never actually used many Lush products and rarely go to Lush; probably because I’m really not a fan of bath bombs (maybe that put me off a bit). In general I’ve been really impressed with the products and so perhaps I’m a Lush convert. I’ve realised there’s much more to Lush than just bath bombs (thankfully).

Anyways, on to the mask…

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It smells minty but sort of a muted minty scent if that makes sense. I applied the product after cleansing to a dry face and left it for about 10 minutes. After 5 mins or so my face felt comfortably tingly. When I washed off the mask with warm water I was worried because of the bits in the mask. I thought the bits would be quite harsh on my skin however they were not a harsh exfoliant at all. When I dried my face I WAS SOOOOOOOOOOOO HAPPY! It was honestly such a pleasant surprise looking in the mirror after washing off the mask. I think I was expecting quite a red and dry/tight feeling face (something I usually experience after using a face mask). The invigorating mask left my skin looking lively and bright something which is a rarity during the winter months. I’ve had a break out on my chin and the mask greatly reduced the redness and bumpiness of the spots. In the morning they were much less visible. I’ve only used the mask twice and both times I’ve been thoroughly impressed. I’m scared to use it too often because I don’t want the effects to weaken. Does anybody else get that sort of fear? It’s like it was almost too good to be true or that somehow I’ll become immune to it’s great effects. I would love to try out other Lush face masks, any recommendations?

 

 

 

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