Multi-Masking with Lush || Cosmetic Warrior & Love Lettuce

Lush Face Masks

I’m not sure if you can tell but I love Lush and I especially love their face masks. Face masks are not only a staple in my skin-care routine but they are my favourite part to my skin-care routine. I try to incorporate face masks at least twice a week and when a pesky zit show up, I pull out every face mask I own. Does it work? Not really. I mean, it’s not going to speed up the healing process but…… perhaps, I’ve finally found a face mask that can actually accelerate this process whilst effectively treating breakouts. Want to know more? Check out the rest of this post!

Lush Cosmetic Warrior Face Mask

Feature Ingredients: Garlic, Tea Tree and Kaolin

Lush Face Mask

Lush’s Cosmetic Warrior face mask has quickly become my new favourite. One of the main ingredients is garlic but thankfully, it doesn’t smell like it (more like Tea Tree). What I loved most about this face mask is that it felt refreshing and comfortable on. With consistent use, I noticed improvement in the overall texture and clarity of my skin. The tea tree oil in particular, is especially helpful to those with acne concerns because not only does it kill the bacteria that is causing the pimple, it helps prevent new ones from forming. If you’re looking for a face mask in particular that is non-irritating and treats breakouts, I would definitely recommend this one.

Scent: 3.5/5 (Tea Tree) Skin Benefits: 4.4/5 (with consistent use) Sensitivity: 5/5

Lush Love Lettuce Face Mask 

Feature Ingredients: Almond Shells and Lavender

Lush Love Lettuce

Love Lettuce is a vibrant green mask. It’s infused with almond shells which definitely help in exfoliating the skin. If you have very sensitive skin, I wouldn’t recommend this mask. I have slightly sensitive skin and this did leave me a bit red after use. However, if you don’t have issues with sensitivity and are looking for a good exfoliating face mask, this does the job.

Scent: 4/5 Skin Benefits: 4/5 (instant) Sensitivity: 3/5

Hope you guys found these reviews helpful! Have you tried Lush’s face masks? Let me know!

See you in my next post!

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