Skin Treats Strawberry Clay Face Mask

Hi there! Today’s post is about this Skin Treats Strawberry Clay Face Mask which promises to cleanse, rejuvenate and nourish the skin. Cleanse your face, apply the mask, let it dry for 10-15 minutes, then wash it off. Job done!

I’ve given this mask a try, and I found it to be cleansing; my husband has oily skin, and he found it drying. The mask was not nourishing or “rejuvenating”. I did like that it hardly smelled of anything.

Unfortunately, this mask was super messy to wash off. The shower ended up covered in small pink clay balls which were impossible to break up. It annoyed me quite a bit because I just deep-cleaned the shower the day before (after my second and last use of a shower jelly).

Skin Treats Strawberry Clay Face Mask is available as a 20ml single-use face mask (which is enough product for 2 uses) for £1 (B&M Bargains). I won’t buy it again though.

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

100% Cruelty-Free – Montagne Jeunesse Wild Strawberry Peel Off Face Mask

upload-1Hi there! Over the past few weeks I’ve reviewed quite a few Superdrug face masks. So I think it’s time for another Montagne Jeunesse face mask!

Now meet Montagne Jeunesse Wild Strawberry Peel Off with natural wild strawberry and rhubarb extracts.

This mask is a peel-off mask. You apply it, you let it dry for about 15 to 20 minutes, then you peel it off, and then you rinse off any residue.

How’s this mask? I think it’s alright. It’s just as good as any other peel-off mask.

However, I don’t love the fragrance. The rhubarb scent is quite strong, and the strawberry note is cloyingly sweet. I wouldn’t buy this face mask again – but that’s only because I don’t care for its fragrance.

If you’d like to try this mask, you can pick it up for £1 (give or take a few pence, depending on where you shop) at Poundstores, Boots, Asda, pharmacies, etc. This mask carries the Leaping Bunny logo – it’s certified cruelty-free!

Mrs Strawberry Blonde