- BB Seaweed
- Catastrophe Cosmetic
My skin is prone to acne, but I would consider it combination. Oily forehead, dry cheeks and dry chin. It's a bit of a mess really so finding products that don't upset the balance can be quite tricky, I'm weary about products that are heavily scented but oddly enough I'm okay with heavy scents when it comes to Lush face masks. I suppose it's because I know its a natural scent and not artificial/chemical. the Lush face masks also have quite a short shelf life because of the fresh ingredients so I'd advise you to use them before the best before, they also have to be kept in the fridge (if you didn't know but I bet you did already).
I love love love how tight this makes my skin feel! I may only be 22 but it's important to me to stay on top of wrinkles and things like that now, rather than worry about reversing any damage years down the line. I'm also quite expressive with my eyebrows (Cadbury advert) and my forehead needs all the care it can get but yeh, I imagine botox to feel like an extreme version of 'Ayesha'. Shocking comparison, I know but that's just how great it feels. It soaks up all the oils on my forehead too so I've started to focus this more to my oily areas rather than the dry. It feels quite tough when you apply it to your skin and it can be a little awkward to move about but once you get it on it feels great. If you're quite young with dry skin, this isn't for you but if you're a little bit older and looking to inject some life back into your face without anything extreme, 'Ayesha' is for you.
Do you have a favorite Lush face mask? or any mask? Comment below and let me know.