Sunday, 6 August 2017

Elizabeth Grant Mask Set

Elizabeth Grant Mask Set

I'm always on the search for good face masks, I've tried so many now and I've never found a replacement for my trusty GlamGlow. I do love a good pretty face mask set though so as soon as I saw the Elizabeth Grant mask set I had to try it! It reminds me of my GlamGlow set I had back when I wasn't some form of skint traveller, it has a mixture of masks to mix between depending on your concerns. My skin goes through phases of having blemishes, dry patches, being oily and just needing some general tlc so one mask never quite does it all! 

Elizabeth Grant Mask Set

In this set there is a:
Purifying Mask - This deep cleanses all your pores, I love masks like this after a weekend to give my skin a good detox. It reduces and tighten your pores and help heal and clear any blemishes you may be suffering from. I've been using this once/twice a week for a month now and I've noticed such a good difference of my pores around my nose!

Papain Enzyme Mask - This mask is more of an exfoliator, it gently removes any dead skin and make your skin feel brighter. I don't often use exfoliators, but I love how clean this makes my skin feel. Especially after an on off month of using sun cream on my face!

Replenishing Mask - This mask has sea salt and spring water in to help give your skin a much needed detox. I always find this the most refreshing in the morning, especially if I've been out the night before. My skin always feels that extra bit gross the morning after a night out, this helps me geta fresh base to reapply my make up over.

Nourishing Vitamin Mask - This mask is the best when your skin is feeling a bit dry, my skin is a bag of emotions at the moment. It doesn't know whether to be dry from the sunshine or create oily havoc on my nose! I love this mask for multi-masking as I don't always use extra moisturising products over my pores. It makes me under eye and forehead feel so refreshed. I also love using this after the purifying mask to replace any moisture that might have been sucked out!

This set also comes with a flat brush, a bit like a foundation brush, to apply the masks with. I've seen bloggers before applying their masks with brushes, I just thought it was a bit of a fad. Until I tried it, it is SO much easier and tidier! Why didn't I do it beforehand?! It's probably a hell of a lot more hygienic than rubbing my hands over my face too!

This set is only £24.99 on Ideal World! It's ridiculously cheap, especially when a lot of the time 1 mask is nearly £6-7 them self!

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What is your favourite masks for multi-masking?

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