Lush Cranberry Festive Fresh Face Mask | Review

Christmas is undoubtedly the best time of year in my opinion. There is so much cheer and happiness in the air and for me it’s easier to forget my troubles when listening to Michael Bublé carols. The novelty of limited edition Christmas products brings me so much joy, but so far this year I haven’t gone too crazy with my purchases…

Something I have picked up this year is the Lush Cranberry Festive Fresh Face Mask because well, I needed a new face mask…

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This one caught my eye purely because I love cranberries and the word ‘festive’ was on the packaging. This product contains ingredients like cranberries (obviously) which are packed full of skin-loving antioxidants, cleansing fennel seed, argan oil and rose clay. Although it is designed for my Northern hemisphere friends currently enduring winter, I have dry skin so this product is still suitable for me Down Under.

I noticed I had a few blackheads on my forehead and cheek area, so after cleansing my face I did some extractions then popped the mask straight on. I loved how the mask smells like fresh cranberries, and as it has to stay in the fridge it was nice and cooling on my skin. The container says to leave the mask on for 5-10 minutes, however I left mine on for around 20 minutes.

When I removed the mask, a lot of the redness from where I extracted some congestion had settled down quite a bit! My skin felt really soft and comfortable and looked so clean and fresh. Although there is kaolin in the mask, my skin didn’t feel dry or tight at all. I recommend this mask if you are looking for a nice little product to treat yourself this festive season. I think it would be suitable for most skin types, but you should always do a patch test before using a new product to ensure it is right for you! You can check this product out at the Lush website, but I do recommend purchasing it in store as it is often sold out online and needs to be refrigerated ASAP. Also, I should add that I don’t recommend using a white face cloth to remove the mask as it stains!

Love, Gracie

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