Howdy everyone, hope your all well. Is it just me or is the weather getting soooo cold now..winters coming! soon enough Christmas will be here, my favorite time of the year!
Una Brennan is a relatively new brand to me, and when i saw all of the bloggers and you tubers talking about her latest/new skincare range, i decided that i defiantly needed to pick something up to try. I picked up the 'tea flower deep clean pore purifying clay mask' (-what a long name). This intrigued me as i had never tried a clay mask before and the fact that this is suppose to help to get rid of all the toxins and oils in your face which can cause blemishes.
I've only used this mask a few times but i already enjoy and love using it. From the picture above (excuse how awful i look) You can see that i only applied a thin layer -which is wrong, on the back is says you should apply a 'generous' amount, which i clearly did not do. However once it was on my face it dried to a smooth, soft and firm texture, yet did not feel uncomfortable on the skin.
When i first applied it i did feel a slight tingly feeling, but only for about a minuet or so and then went away. You only leave this on for 5 minuets which seemed like a short amount of time to me. But anyway once i had washed it off with warm water my skin was left looking and feeling soft and refreshed. I also noticed that the next day my skin wasn't as oily throughout the day in my make up as my skin would normally get oily and i would have to do a quicker powder retouch.
I love how this mask has natural ingredients so it isn't to harsh to use a few times a week. I love this and I even got my mum to try it while she was making her bed and she agreed that it left her skin feel smooth and soft.
I'm very impressed by this product, and really want to try some more for the range. I picked this up in boots on sale for around a fiver so if your wanting to try it, grab it now while its reduced.
what do you think of this face mask, have you tried it?
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