It seems like forever since I last did a proper blogging posting but things have been hectic lately. Having just finished my degree a few weeks ago, I have been on a mission to secure myself a full-time job in PR. I haven’t been lucky in securing a full-time role in PR; however I am now doing some freelance work for a marketing agency in Leeds which means things are looking up for me.
As a treat to myself for working so hard I purchased Soap and Glory’s, The Fab Pore purifying mask and peel and I have been using this product on a weekly basis for a few weeks so I can give an honest review. I always try to make time for some me time daily, even if it’s a 10 minute face mask or a walk to park to help me relax. To be honest lately my skin has gone into spot overdrive and no matter what I do I just can’t get rid of them so I was hoping this mask would help my spots clear along the way as well as brightening the appearance of my skin.
I absolutely adore Soap and Glory products and I have been an avid user of them since I can remember. I have used quite a few of their make-up products but I have never tried their facial moisturisers and masks so I was itching to try this product to see if it beat my favourite LUSH face mask.
The S&G mask is blended with Super-fruit Yuzu & Poreshrink R complex and is a 2 in 1 facial mask and peel. Soap and Glory say you can use the mask for 5 minutes as a quick refresher or leave on for 15 minutes for an extreme clean. Personally I used the mask for 15 minutes as I think my skin needed extra TLC. The smell to be honest isn't as pleasant as I would have hoped. It kind of reminds me of how toothpaste smells, quite minty and strong and with it being a green colour and thick texture it even looks like toothpaste.
Apprehensively I slapped the green looking gunk all over my face which made me feel very attractive and I had a very relaxing 15 minutes lie down. I felt a slight tingly sensation on my face whilst the product was working its magic. When my time was up I washed the face mask off and instantly noticed that my skin appeared brighter. Of course my spots didn’t disappear but they did seem less red and smaller. Although it’s a small pot, this product really does go a long way, and after 4 uses I still have over half a tub left.
At the moment unfortunately I hate to say it as I really love Soap and Glory’s products but my favourite LUSH face mask is unbeatable due to the results, the natural products and the pricing. I payed £6.33 at Boots for this product which should have cost £10, however if I had to pay the full price I honestly don’t think it’s worth it. Overall I would rate this product 3/5.
Have you used Soap and Glory’s 2 in 1 facial mask?