Jelly Face Mask
Get back the skin you myth'd with enzymic and brightening fresh apple juice and toning green tea. Witch hazel plays no tricks with its antibacterial and astringent gifts. Sicilian lemon and Brazilian orange oils help to brighten the skin while neroli oil gets to work at brightening the mood. If you fancy swanning around with firmer skin give this a Troy.
To use, simply pinch off a piece of the mask and work to a paste between clean, dry hands. Apply to the face and let it work its magic for 5-10 minutes. Wash off with warm water or with a cloth.
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About 2 months ago
I had really bad pimples on my forehead, so I went into lush and this really nice worker (lush highpoint) recommended this for me. On the day I didn’t buy it but for Christmas my mum got it for me and now my pimples are like disappearing. I swear I love you guys lush xxchanel
About 1 month ago
So much fun to use and has really helped with my acne around my mouth and chin + redness on my cheeks! I pop it on for fifteen minutes before my shower and then wash it off and tone and moisturise and bam! So good, will be trying more jelly masks soon!
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
This is an excellent, fun idea in theory but not really successful in application. Trying to turn the jelly into a paste doesn't really work and instead you get clumps that won't stick to your face or smooth out. So perhaps instead of buying a jelly face mask I recommend going for a fresh face mask (which is the same price) such as Cosmetic Warrior or Mask of Magnaminty.
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