I’m really into Lush’s Cupcake face mask, which you can see a review of here. Despite my love for Cupcake, it’s designed for oily skin and my skin has a lot of dry patches. I thought I’d be better suited to this BB mask so decided to give it a go.
The formula of this mask is far more gritty and less luxurious feeling, but I think it works for me a lot better. The chunkier particles work as an exfoliant and really smooth everything out. I’ve been battling with my skin a bit recently as I’ve not been the most dedicated with my skincare routine.
As soon as I removed the mask I noticed a difference. It was a lot less dull (might have something to do with the the revitalising qualities of Seaweed) and it felt really soft and refreshed (thanks to good old Aloe Vera). I’ve been using it a couple of times a week and my skin feels more moisturised and I’ve noticed a slight improvement in the number of breakouts I have. Obviously I still have a bit of a way to go to improve the quality of my skin, but I’ve really enjoyed using this face mask as a quick fix.
For those of you who suffer with dull and dry skin, I’d recommend purchasing the BB Seaweed mask. It might seem a bit pricey at £6.25 a pop, but I’ve had 5 uses out of mine so far and it really does make a difference to your skin.