Admittedly I did an Oskia splurge a couple months back, hence the two reviews. This mask has impressed me a lot. When I saw the name was Renaissance mask, I had high hopes, after the cleansing gel. So here's the review.

The mask comes in a glass pot like the exfoliating balm. Not good for travel.
Price - £48.50 for 50ml
Texture - Thick gel/balm
Finish - Radiant, glowing, exfoliated skin

What they say
Renaissance Mask is a luxurious, buttery balm designed to increase cell turnover, boost radiance and gradually reduce the appearance of fine lines and imperfections.

Key ingredients
Lactic Acid - Gently exfoliates to reveal newer skin cells
Papaya Fruit Extract - Another exfoliating ingredient that also contains multiple vitamins which nourish

What is it
This is a beautiful gel/balm mask that gives glow, radiance and lift to the skin. It's a gorgeous salmon colour that turns white once fully applied. The skin is luminous and super soft. The scent is a stronger version of the cleansing gel. Suitable for all skin types.

How I use it
After cleansing I apply a generous amount all over my face. You can use this AM/PM. I tend to use it once or twice a week. Leave it on for 15-20 minutes and then remove with a hot flannel. I really enjoy the scent. After using it, my face is gorgeously soft, and so radiant. It's also great for a pamper session or just when you need a bit of luxury.

- Beautiful texture
- Easy to remove
- Nice scent
- Gives glow and brightens
- Good amount
- A little goes a long way
- Super soft skin

- Very expensive

I really like this mask. Would I re-purchase it? I don't think so, purely because of how expensive it is. I find you can get similar results from using, Pixi Glow Mud Mask, Lush Cup O Coffee and the Masque Bar Brightening Sheet masks, for a fraction of the price. I do still love this mask, for the luxury and I do use it often. 
Thanks so much for reading!