Monday, 31 August 2015

Lush Cup O' Coffee Face and Body Mask Review

Lush have brought out some amazing new products recently, and this face and body mask is one of them! I saw it in store a few times but forgot to get it. I picked it up a couple of weeks ago and loved it instantly. I love face masks and anything coffee, so this was a no brainer. Here is my review, hope you enjoy,


The mask comes in the typical black lush pot, (part of the 5 pot system). Perfect compact size. Doesn't need to be kept in the fridge.
Price - £6.50 for 150g or £12 for 325g
Texture - Grainy, thin mask
Finish - Bright, smooth, radiant skin

What they say
Let's have another cup o' coffee! Wake your skin up with this exfoliating mask, leaving it smooth and soft.

Key ingredients
Organic Agave Syrup - Used for years to treat skin infections 
Coffee Infusion - Exfoliates and brightens the skin
Roasted Cocoa Extract - Rich and chocolatey 

What is it
This is an espresso shot of coffee for your skin. It has a rich coffee and chocolate scent which is so invigorating. The grains exfoliate your skin without being harsh or stripping. The skin is soft and radiant after each use. Suitable for all skin types.





How I use it
After cleansing, I spread the mask around my face, minding my eyes and leave it on for 10-15 minutes. The strong aroma is so uplifting and awakening. I take it off with a hot flannel, and my skin is left so bright and polished.  

Pros
- Affordable
- Smells incredible ( if you love the smell of coffee)
- Suitable for all skin types
- Brightens and adds glow
- Grains are very small
- You don't need to use loads

Cons
- None

Summary
If you're skin is looking dull, tired or just not it's best, you need this mask. It instantly awakens the skin and reveals a fresher face. This has been my go to mask after using any kind of detoxifying mask. It seals the deal by softening, brightening and exfoliating to leave my skin perfected. Thank you for reading!

Maiya
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