This mask is designed to refine pores and get rid of excess oil to achieve clean, healthy-looking skin with a shine-free complexion.
I’m always a little sceptical about anything that says it’s going to refine pores, and because my pores aren’t a problem area for me, I wasn’t all that bothered about purchasing this. Boots had a good offer on, so as I have super oily skin, I thought I may as well give this a try. And I’m so happy that I did! This is amazzzzzzing.
I’ve never seen my face look so pore-less. The mask tightened any obvious pores on my face and left my skin feeling really soft, but without any shine.
The packaging states that this is “a refreshing treat for oily/combination skin”, and my only slightly negative comment would be that this was a little too refreshing at first… it made my eyes water and my skin sting! This did calm down to a cooling sensation after a couple of minutes though. Would highly recommend this if your skin isn’t overly sensitive.
I’d recommend applying this one over a sink! It’s a messy, runny, bright pink liquid that comes with a spatula for application. You get lots of product with this one and it comes with two applications worth, which could easily stretch to four!
This mask is supposed to de-clog pores and remove impurities as you peel it off the skin.
This took around 25 minutes to completely dry before I could pull it off, but oh my god was this worth the wait! This is the best peel-off mask I’ve ever tried. Usually, peel-offs are difficult to remove, and are just a bit rubbish. This one was really satisfying. It came off easily and I could see all of the dirt that it had pulled out of my skin (so gross, sorry!!). I can’t wait to use this one again.
EDIT: I got a bad breakout a few days after using this. Although that’s not necessarily a bad thing in the long run as the mask just drew out all the dirt in my skin, beware before you use it!
Puffy Eye Attack Under-Eye Brightening Hydrogel Patches – £3.50
These patches are supposed to smooth, revitalise, brighten and moisturise your under-eyes. I’ve never tried anything like this before as I don’t think my under-eye area tends to be a problem for me unless I’m tired – then I look like I’ve been punched in the face!
So, I waited until I was really tired to try these. I’d been in the car for six hours, and worked all afternoon. I was shattttttered. I poured myself a glass of wine and slapped these on! They stayed on really well. I kept them on for about 30 minutes (aka the length of an episode of something on Netflix) and I looked far more refreshed after. My under-eyes looked bright and smooth, and my concealer went on nicely the following day.
I don’t think I’ll be rushing out to buy these again though, just because concealer and eye cream usually does the job for me anyway.
Miracle Moisture Mask – £3.50
This mask is meant to help smooth and hydrate your skin. Honestly, this was a nightmare to wear! My experience using it was far from relaxing. Every time I moved even slightly, this sheet mask would slide off my face because it was just so liquid-y.
Wearability aside, the mask did smell nice, and my skin felt lovely, soft and hydrated after I used it. If you can stay veryyyyyy still for 20-30 minutes and need some hydration, then you may like this one.
Soap and Glory say this mask will refresh and revive your complexion, and I agree! Not only did this smell refreshing, I felt I looked refreshed instantly too. My skin was brighter and I looked more awake.
I’d recommend this one if you have a while to get ready in the morning. I don’t think it would be worth using while having a pamper in the evening because my results didn’t seem to last very long. A great one to use before a special event though, my skin looked great!
Overall, this is such a great range of masks. There really is something for everyone! I will 100% continue to repurchase, especially The Fab Pore Pore-Refining Sheet Mask as this was the best for my oily skin.
Have you tried any of Soap and Glory’s skincare?