Primark PS… Brightening Foaming Bubble Mask

Hi there! Today’s post is about a face mask I tried not too long ago – Primark‘s PS… Brightening Foaming Bubble Mask.

This face mask promises to cleanse and to brighten skin. Primark recommends the mask be used weekly.

How does it work? Apply the mask to your face and relax for 15 minutes whilst the mask bubbles up.

Is it any good? I don’t think this mask is anything special. My skin didn’t look or feel different. And I didn’t notice any other difference to my skin at all. But I had a similar mask from Primark before, so I already knew not to expect too much.

What’s good? To be fair, this mask smells very nice (it smells of peach and tea), and I think it’s great fun to use.

If you’d like to give it a try, Primark‘s PS… Brightening Foaming Bubble Mask is available as 10ml for 80p.

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

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Primark PS… Deep Cleansing Bubble Mask With Blueberry

Hi there! I have a face mask review for you today. 🙂 I picked up a number of face masks at Primark – including this PS… Deep Cleansing Bubble Mask with blueberry.

This mask works like any other bubble mask – apply it to your face, let it bubble up, leave it on for 15-20 minutes, then rinse it off. Sounds easy enough.

How’s the mask? I think this is one of Primark’s better face masks. The bubble effect is really strong – and the mask tickles the skin quite a bit! It’s awesome fun! However, that’s not it. This mask kept its promise – it gave my skin a deep cleanse. I can confirm that my skin looked and felt clean and soft.

PS… Deep Cleansing Bubble Mask with blueberry is available as 10ml for 80p at Primark. I’ve already gone back to Primark and bought a few more of these masks!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

Primark PS… Foaming Bubble Mask

Hi there! Today’s post is about Primark’s PS… Foamig Bubble Mask.

This face mask promises to give skin a deep clean to remove grease and grime. You’re supposed to apply the mask, leave it on for 10-15 minutes, and then simply wash it off.

Is this mask any good? It’s OK, I think.

The mask is plain white. It’s creamy, but within seconds of it touching the skin, it starts to bubble up. It’s awesome fun!

However, I don’t think that the mask was particularly cleansing. Based on my experience, I’d say the mask didn’t do anything at all for my skin. Whilst it was fun to use, it was actually useless.

My husband enjoyed using the mask – but this was solely because of its novelty. However, we had a great time taking photos of each other with the bubble mask on. 😀

Primark’s PS… Foamig Bubble Mask is made in Korea, and it’s 80p at Primark!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde