Lush Review: Mask of Magnaminty

Today I decided to review this facemask! This is my first beauty post! I love looking for skin products to keep my skin nice and clear. I think that clear skin is super important in the summer, because wearing makeup may be hard in the hot and possibly humid weather. My skin tends to breakout often, and I suffer from both oily and dry skin so sometimes it’s difficult to look for skin products. 

This mask is called Mask of Magnaminty from Lush, you can get it here. I like Lush and do like most of the products I try from them.

I got the 11.1 oz. pot for around $20. Right when you open it, you immediately smell the peppermint scent of the mask. It’s very strong, but it’s fresh. It smells natural and earthy compared to artificial smelling peppermint. The mask has a thick and creamy texture along with ground chunks of aduki beans. I like to apply the face mask using a popsicle stick to keep out the bacteria, and to keep everything less messy. The mask feels cold and minty. Some people like the cool feeling but others may feel like their face is burning. I noticed that the cool feeling stops as the mask starts to harden. The instructions say to leave the mask on for 5-10 minutes, but I left it on for a little longer. The mask becomes tight and dry as you let it sit on your face. The mask came off easily with warm water. I like how the beans are in the mask, because after you can use them to exfoliate your skin after letting it sit. After using the mask, my skin felt refreshed. I used this mask a few more times and I feel like my skin cleared up, my complexion got nicer, and my skin got brighter. I did notice that without a moisturizer, a few dry spots on my face appeared. Overall, I really like this mask and I’m happy I made this purchase.

If you like this review, comment below what else I should try! I would love to try out all sorts of other products!

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