I've been busy putting some facial masks to the test and one of them is by the skincare brand NUDE. I had heard of the brand NUDE before and knew it was brand I would be interested to try. I often read rave reviews about their Cleansing Oil. I've been using their Miracle Mask*, this seriously made a difference just after the first application! Amazing right? The Miracle Mask uses natural AHAs which we all know work to renew skin cells revealing a brighter fresher skin. Something my skin desperately needs through the winter months.
The combination of AHAs and rice beads work together to gently even skin leaving it feeling softer and clearer giving a natural glow. The formulation is very good. The rice beads do not feel rough or scratchy on the skin like some facial masks which contain AHAs, I still make sure I'm gentle when massaging the mask into the skin. The scent is pleasant and subtle. I read that the mask may tingle when on the skin working it's magic, this didn't make my skin tingle and if it did then it must have been so subtle. I think that's partly because my skin is a little tougher maybe and use to facial treatments. I leave it for 5 minutes as suggested by NUDE and when you rinse with warm water you can feel how soft your skin really is. My skin looked so fresh and clear and super soft, I found that the following day my skin looked even better! I always make sure I use a face cream containing an SPF when outside, this is really important because of the AHAs in the face mask make your skin more prone to sunburn so be careful and protect your skin!
If your skin is anything like mine this time of year you will probably agree it needs a little extra help to look clearer and fresher. Just as our bodies feel sluggish this time of year I find my skin shows for it also. Thanks to the NUDE Miracle mask I've been able to enjoy my skin looking at its best, not to mention how my foundation looks and lasts. It is on the pricey side but I think it's worth it, especially when you see instant results! This is one to add to your list to try this year, I'm certainly intrigued to try more of the range.