Tuesday, 31 January 2012

Fresh, Clear Skin With Living Nature - A Review For My Pure

I admit it when it comes to certain products I'm a real, well there's no better word for it whore! I chop and change, always eager to try out the newest and best on the market, shampoo, mascara, and face masks, you bring out a new one and I'm there. I love face masks, I have a few that I continuously repurchase, but I'm always keen to try new ones. Despite being in my 30's now I still have combination / oily skin, I have an oily t-zone, and I'm still prone to the odd breakout. I love the occasional brightening or radiance mask but my true love is a nice deep cleansing mask, to make my face feel super clean. So for my December / January My Pure reviews I decided to go for a face mask from a brand I've really grown to like, Living Nature


Living Nature's Deep Cleansing Mask is quite unlike anything I've tried packaging wise. Yes we're all familiar with the single dose mask sachets that you can pick up in the chemists or the supermarket, but with this mask you get a box of 10 sachets. Each sachet contains 5ml which is enough for a single application. I have to say I actually prefer this idea to a conventional tube, the sachet contains just enough for your face and neck , so ultimately your still getting 50ml of product but you getting a lot less wastage.


Containing Manuka Honey, white clay, Macadamia, and Almond oils, grapefruit, and lemon extracts, this mask is designed for all skin types, to deep cleanse the skin and refine the pores.


The mask itself is slightly off white in colour, and has a thick but creamy texture, and a citrus / lemon based smell.

The mask spreads easily onto the skin, and dries hard within 10-15 minutes. It's then rinses away fairly easily with warm water, and either a sponge or a muslin cloth - scary picture time!



This mask says it for all skin types but personally I think it's better suited to a combination, oily skin because of the lemon and citrus ingredients. I have to say it felt really nice on the skin, slightly cool but not at all tingly. After removal my skin was left feeling super clean but not red, sore or dry. I have to say I liked this mask a lot the one thing that puts me off is the price, £17.99 for 50ml of product in total doesn't make this a cheap option, but if you have an oiler skin and you can afford it, I would definitely give it a try. If you have any questions please ask x Living Nature Deep Cleansing Mask Retails At £17.99 for 10 x 5ml Sachets from My Pure.

(Living Nature Deep Cleansing Mask Was Provided By My Pure For Review Purposes)





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