Talk about good timing. Indeed Labs responsible for such skin wonders as nanoblur and pepta-bright are launching their new hydraluron moisture boosting mask on New Years Eve. Do you know what this means to your pooped out Christmas skin? It means it will look plumped, pepped and ready-to-party that night.
Cloth masks are having quite a renaissance, and little wonder as they can be short lived miracle workers. Although not flattering to wear - I advise to close the bathroom door and steer clear of small children, they do temporarily give the skin a rocket fuel boost. I wore this one on a Saturday afternoon after a skin draining week at work, and my complexion certainly looked rebooted and re-lit for a night out that evening. All in the space of 15 minutes. The USP for hydraluron mask is that it has a 3D enzyme structure. This means rather than skin binging on all the goodness at once, it drip feeds a slow release of hyaluronic acid over time. This adds up to better hydrated skin for longer. As each mask is sachet packed, they’re also really handy for travel. My only grumble is the mask is quite big, so it doesn't sit tight on a smaller face. I had to really pat it down to make the most of the impregnated serum. But it certainly doesn’t skimp on goodness. The masks are literally soaked with product once removed from the sachet, and they’re good value too. A penny short of £20.00 for four facial making masks makes for a very smart beauty pick.
Hydraluron moisture & boosting mask, £19.99 for four. Launching December 31st at Boots.