My Favourite Facemasks

 As a pamper treat for myself I love nothing more than relaxing in the bath with a facemask on. So today I thought I'd share my current favourites with you.

Over the years I have tried almost all the drug store ones, and have settled on
the Mudd masks as my go to masks. These two are just amazing. My favourite is the original, its the deep cleansing one and every time I use it I swear it actually does really deeply cleanse my skin. I like to use this at least once a week, usually on a Sunday evening while I'm having a pamper session before I'm back to work on Monday. It's a clay mask so dries on the skin quite quickly, and absorbs all excess oil and gets rid of any dirt that's left behind after I've cleansed my skin. The thing I like most is the fact that my skin feels so fresh after using this. Also if I'm having a particularly bad skin week, I like to use this at least three times that week and I truly believe it helps clear my blemishes quicker than if I didn't use it.
The next mudd mask I have to mention is the sea mask, it's the hydrating one. This is one I reach for whenever I'm having a dry skin week. I like to pop it on, relax for a bit and after I feel like my skin is back to some sort of normalcy. Containing extracts of sea kelp, seaweed and Irish moss it's very refreshing and just as the original does, it helps absorb excess oil and gives back hydration. I'll usually use this one more during the winter months but any time I feel like my skin needs a little hydrating boost it's great. I've tried a few others from the Mudd range, but I have to say these two are definitely the best I've used.
The third mask I want to tell you about is a fairly new one for me, well I bought it back in august last year. It's the Origins Original Skin Retexturising mask. Another clay mask, okay so I seem to like a certain type of mask now don't I?! lol This is a rose clay mask containing willowherb and jojoba beads to exfoliate the skin. This is perfect to use whenever I have those days when I feel like I need a little scrub. Now I know it's not recommended to scrub the skin, but every now and then I just get the need for a little something extra than a normal mask. I need to feel like I'm scrubbing away the dirt every now and then. One thing I will say is that sticking to the recommended 10 minutes to leave it on is probably best as it can take a while to wash away if you don't. After use I feel like my skin looks more radiant and I love the feel of my skin, it's all soft and smooth. So the retexurising definitely works for me. This is a little more pricey than the other two but totally worth it. I'd love to try a few more form the brand. Have you got any recommendations? I've heard the Drink it up Intensive Overnight mask is good

Now I'm not saying that I won't be trying any more, I mean I currently own about 10 different ones not including these three so you may one day see me mention another favourite. But for now I feel I have everything I need in the form of a facemask in these three.

Thanks Guys
Love Hayley

7 comments:

  1. Them mudd facemasks look brilliant. :) I've not tried these before. Brilliant blog Hayley Xx

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    1. Lisa you totally have to try them! So affordable and they work.

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  2. I prefer moisturizing masks, but I haven't found my holy grail yet.

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    1. Moisturising ones can be lovely. I need to find a great one too let me know when you find your holy grail.

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  3. I love Face masks that dry, As I always feel like it is doing something more than one just just remains wet. I have not tried any of these ones and they look great Will have to try them at some point xx

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    1. I'm the same I love the feeling of the mask drying on the skin. Also yes please try them I love them so hope you do too, let me know how you get on!

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  4. Those mudd masks sound amazing! I also really like how they've packaged it with the nozzle at the top rather than just being a plastic bag!!

    Paris x
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