This is the new generation of Mud Masks. No more mud like appearance on the skin, no more scrubbing your skin until your face falls out to get rid of it and no more of that pesky, unbearable tightness that gives you a quick glimpse of your face if you would have opted for Botox. The mask is so light in formula and spreads like a dream. It's smells amazingly lush and that's one of the reasons why I slap this baby on a couple of times a week.
Gazelli is a luxury brand at Urban Retreat and does some wonderful selection of skincare that I've had my eyes on since a while. They don't seem atrociously pricey and as I'm particularly impressed by their face mask, I might give another one a go. Always being sceptical to try out a 'volcanic mud mask', this was quite a relief as the formula is modern, fresh and clean to apply. I absolutely dread applying mud masks that suck moisture out of the skin. No point as I'll have to replenish that minutes after.
This on the other hand leaves skin almost brand new looking after use. I always feel I look a couple of shades lighter after use as it may be working hard at skin cell renewal and non-abrasive exfoliation. It's anti-bacterial and all that jazz, making it a perfect one to resort to come acne. Containing fruit acids and collagen, it's also one to tap into anti-ageing benefits, which is always welcome isn't it?
If you're looking to invest in an effective face mask for Spring/Summer, that gives a little detox, replenishes nutrients and reinstates that much needed glow, then this is surely worth a try. Albeit a little steeply priced at £40, it's worth every penny to keep skin in sterling condition in the warmer months.