When I talked about my spring favourites, I mentioned my first ever Rodial product. The Rodial Super Acids X-Treme Acid Rush Peel is a mask that I’ve fallen in love with but decided it deserved a post of its own making it this week’s face mask Friday post.
After sharing my multi-use and single-use face mask collections for the past two Face Mask Fridays, I’m finally starting my reviews. The first up is the Soap & Glory No Clogs Allowed Face Mask which I picked up in my spring skincare haul. I’ve not really tried a lot of Soap & Glory skincare besides the moisturisers so I was really excited to give this a go.
Is it just me who thinks that eye cream is a really boring necessity to a skincare routine? No immediate effects means it’s not that exciting to use, but it’s a means to an end in reducing crows feet! Whilst I always feel like I want to splurge on a pricier eye cream (the Kiehl’s Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado is firmly on my wish list, and has been for some time), sometimes a drugstore alternative is more viable. Last month I picked up the Superdrug Vitamin E Nourishing Eye Cream and I’ve been so impressed so far!
Whilst I think I’ve found the cleanser for me in the Pixi Glow Mud Mask, it’s taken a lot to get here. I’ve tried lesser known cleansers, and a few cult classics, but I’m just very underwhelmed by a lot of them. There are two in particular that I would consider to be overhyped cleansers.
My second Face Mask Friday, and the second instalment of my face mask collection. Last week I told you all about what’s in my main collection, but today I’m chatting about all the single-use face masks that are all in my stash.
I’m never really wowed by cleansers. If they take off makeup and leave my skin feeling fresh then that’s great, but that’s as excited as I get. That was until I tried the Pixi Glow Mud Cleanser. It changed my perception of cleansers and I’m so excited to be able to share my full review today after giving it a cheeky little mention in my spring favourites last week.