Saturday, 19 March 2011

Liz Earle's Brightening Treatment Mask

Another glorious offering from the extensive Liz Earle skincare range, and yet again, it doesn't fail to please me or my skin. The Brightening Treatment Mask, a fast-acting 'minute' mask, is ideal for whenever dull skin needs a quick fix and some rejuvenation. It is packed full of fancy, naturally active ingredients such as aloe vera and witch hazel, which help to cool and tone the skin. White Clay is also present, a super-fine powder which absorbs excess sebum on the skin and draws out embedded impurities.
This mask is perfect for those who don't have time to sit around with cucumbers on their eyes, slathered in a sludgy solution for half an hour. It acts quickly, invigorating your skin whenever it needs a boost of radiance. Simply apply to clean, dry skin and leave on for any time between 30 seconds to 2 minutes. The product comes with Liz Earle's infamous pure muslin cloth. Soak this in hand-hot water and then gently wipe your face to remove the product.

What I love about this product is that you can tailor its use totally to your needs. In the mornings, I am mad-dashing all over the show and cannot justify 2 minutes out of my tight timetable to let a face mask linger on my skin, however 30 seconds is completely acceptable! And I honestly do feel the effects from such a short time. It perks my skin up, leaves it zesty-fresh and completely cleansed. Due to the active ingredients, you will experience a wonderfully tingly sensation on your skin, which is completely expected. However, Liz Earle do advise this product may not be suitable for very sensitive skin.

I would say, I do prefer this product more as a quick step in my regime, rather than as an indulgent face mask, and I don't think it quite compares to the Deep Cleansing Mask I featured last year and still use on a weekly basis. 

This Brightening Treatment Mask is available online and the 50ml Starter Kit (as featured) is £13.
Are you a fan of Liz Earle and is this something that appeals to you?


fashionismyh2o said...

Ooh 30 seconds is such a decent time for a practical routine! Interesting, will have to check it out :) x

Sarah said...

I love Liz Earle but this didn't have any effect on me OR my mum!


frilly-lace-knickers said...

I do love liz earle's skin care products and this starter kit seems reasonably priced, thanks for sharing xx

kay eh tea ei. said...

NEED THIS! i'm too impatient to leave things on for too long, so this is perfect for me. will definitely be purchasing. xo.

Maria said...

This sounds lovely, I definitely want to try some of their products but I don't know what to try first!

Maria xxx

babblingkatie said...

I've been very tempted by the Liz Earle products recently, but I'm not sure whether to take the plunge or not. It's quite expensive, but if it help to clear my acne prone skin up then it's worth the cost.
I also don't want a bad reaction to it, as I'm getting married in May, so don't want a skin disaster. But I do want 'perfect' skin for my wedding.
Any help would be appreciated.
I seem to only read reviews from people with dry/combination skin :(

Kelly said...

As someone who suffers with dull skin from time to time, this looks great.
Love a bit of Liz Earle.


Milly said...

@babblingkatie - thank you for your comment and congratulations on your wedding :) I cannot say enough about Liz Earle skincare, but obviously it is a very personal choice, and what works for me, may not work for you necessary. I would maybe suggest not trying anything new this soon to your wedding day, but then maybe afterwards, pick up a few bits, the toner and the cleanse and polish may be perfect for your skin. and if you google, there are loads of reviews on these products online. :) xx

Delyteful Speaks said...

maaan i really need to get my hands on liz earle's products nooow!

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