So, it’s been a while since I’ve tried a Lush mask but here I am, back at it again! My skin was trying to play me in the middle of the summer so I marched right into my local Lush store and asked for some help. Luckily, the girl was very helpful and understanding and provided me with Cosmetic Warrior, which she said would help me out. Previously I had tried Cosmetic Catastrophe, but I wasn’t in the mood to be that dry, like at all.
This mask definitely gave me the illusion that it might work, however, my results weren’t nearly as successful as my Cosmetic Catastrophe test. But there were some things I liked, it still tightened on my face but it wasn’t as hard and uncomfortable as it’s slightly drier companion. My face actually was kind of soft and smooth after with a subtle glow to it and application was nice because of the smooth and creamy texture.
However, the smell was awful. I can’t describe it and all Lush masks smell very natural but this one wasn’t the best. Also, it’s not as good at stopping or suppressing breakouts.
My final rating is a 5/10 since I’ve had better and more effective Lush masks.
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I love your honesty. I do masks every now and then. I love the way my skin feels afterwards.
Mhm great post ! That’s for keeping it real with us
I love a good mask! I have been fortunate to find some good ones since I have several subscription boxes. I haven’t heard of this brand but I favor SheaMoisture. They use organic ingredients in masks. The brand is not for everyone because it did break my husband out but it works perfectly for me.
Thanks for sharing! Yea Lush products are all natural and safe for the environment they’re a great brand. But I like Shea Moisture masks too!
Have you tried any organic or DIY masks?
I wish! I want to try a DIY I just don’t know what to do
I have also tried this mask In the past and had exactly same thoughts. Happy to read your review as I felt guilty of myself of not loving it 🙂