REN Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask* £30 / 50ml
For some time now I've been a big facial masque fan, I enjoy treating my skin and also like the feeling of most masks. REN is a skincare brand which I've seen many times on beauty blogs, the reviews are always positive. So when I had the chance to review the REN Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask I jumped at the chance. This wasn't the first time I've tried REN as a brand. A few months ago RED magazine had an amazing free gift when you purchased their magazine. I tried the samples and enjoyed using them so knew this would be another fab product!
I have combination skin with an awful oily t-zone and have my share fair of break outs lately which can be so annoying! Anyhoo having combination skin sometimes means my skin lacks any natural lustre or healthy glow. I've been using the REN Radiance Renewal Mask once a week for a month now and have began to notice a difference. I love the texture, it feels so satisfying when you apply it on the skin. The mask aims to remove dead skin cells revealing a more brighter, healthy complexion. It's also great for congested skin which has blackheads and blemishes. Another positive about the mask would be how it helps to improve fine lines and wrinkles. This mask is one of the best facial masks I've tried which covers all of my skin care concerns. I know it's a little on the pricey side compared to some masks but the fact it covers all areas which I have concerns about doesn't bother me. By the time you buy a facial mask for this problem and that problem you might as well have treated yourself to the Radiance mask.
I simply apply a nice generous amount all over my freshly cleansed skin, avoiding the eye area. Then sit back and relax for 10 minutes or carry on with your daily activities and then wipe away using the cloth provided with the mask. If you purchase the mask from the REN website the have 10% off for first time customers and they also have the offer of trying two samples with every order!
Have you tried REN skincare? I would love to know your recommendations please!