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Superdrug Superberry Exfoliating Face Mask

I really do not have one use for this product. I know it's termed as a face mask but I also like to use it as an exfoliator and I blame the consistency for it. It's not like a mud mask at all in fact. As far as I remember from experience, mud masks were skin parching, extremely drying formulas. This could in fact be a more modern formula.

Containing strawberry extract, raspberry seeds and china clay, it's meant to exfoliate skin, protect it from free radicals and absorb excess oils from the skin surface - all which it does so quite effectively. It's grainy yes, with a generous dose of 'beads' shot through it but simultaneously, the creamy formula that those grains have been thrown into is quite hydrating hence creating a balanced concoction.

It leaves skin baby soft, nicely exfoliated and consequently radiant. Not the most sophisticated formula I possess but a great one for teens or to set aside for travel if you don't want to carry more bulky, expensive counterparts.

Don't use it if you have live breakouts or acne problems. It's great for those with dry-combination skin that suffer from dullness and want some help in the radiance department. For £2.59 a pop, you just cannot go wrong with it.




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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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