Sunday, August 13, 2017

Multi-Masking With L'Oreal

I've been wanting to do this post for so long, since the first three L'Oreal masks launched actually. I'm glad I held out a little longer as they've added two new masks to the range! It's about time a drugstore brand brought out a range of face masks catered to everyones individual concerns. I wasn't familiar with the concept of 'multi-masking' until L'Oreal launched a huge campaign around it. It's a combination skin types dream. It's so common to have a variety of skin concerns and we should be able to combat them all, and now we can do so on a budget!

Let's begin with the first three masks that L'Oreal launched for this collection. The Detox MaskGlow Mask & the Purity Mask. I love the Detox mask. It really does give my skin the overhaul that it needs, drawing out built up impurities and allowing my pores to breathe. This is great for the t-zone where most of our 'gunk' builds up, so I like to accompany this with the Glow mask which I use on my cheeks and chin. The Glow mask is great for sloughing away dead skin cells and retexturing the skin giving it the 'glow'. My only qualm with this product is that the exfoliating beads stick around a little longer than I'd like! This is generally a problem I have with most exfoliating masks, and it really bugs me. The Purity mask is similar to the Detox mask in the sense that it purifies and deep cleanses the skin. The ingredients in the two are very similar, so I'd only suggest purchasing one if you're looking at them!

Here are the two newbies on the scene! The Blemish Rescue Mask and the Bright Mask. My eyes were drawn the the Blemish Rescue mask instantly as that's another problem area for me. I have to say, I'm not really won over by this product as I don't feel it tackled any concerns for my skin. My skin felt like it could breathe after use, but I don't feel it treated my blemishes. As far as multi-masking goes with a blemish mask, I love using it as a spot treatment, and using other masks to target other areas of my skin!
I purchased the Bright mask to complete the collection despite it not being something I was too concerned with. It turns out that this is one of my favourites of all of the masks as you can feel it getting to work on your skin. This is another one I would use on my cheeks and chin, and opt for a deep cleansing mask for my t-zone. I 100% prefer this to the glow mask as it has natural exfoliators in it as opposed to actual beads! 

For £7.99, I definitely recommend finding a couple of masks that suit your skin concerns and playing around with multi-masking. Each mask only needs to be on the skin for 10 minutes which is perfect for a mid-week pamper. Let me know in the comments if you've tried any of these masks out, or if you're a fan of multi-masking too!


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  1. I've been wanting to try these out for ages but I have that many different facial mask products I haven't bothered to try them out yet, but must at some point!

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