Top 3 Luxury Face masks

I am a huge facemask fan. There's nothing better than sitting in a bath with a facemask after a long day. It's good for you skin and makes you feel like you're having a little pampering, which is always good in my books! 

I've recently started to invest more money into my skincare now, after hearing so many saying how it's the one thing they think is worth the money, and I'm slowly starting to feel inclined to agree. My skin has cleared up so much recently, maybe because of my skincare regime or maybe because of hormones, who knows! I'd like to think a mix of both. 

Anyway, let's get into my top three luxury face masks. 

I love almost everything about this mask. It smells like roses and almonds and a little bit like play dough, which I don't really mind (obviously won't be for everyone) and I love the cooling effect it brings to my skin. I often put this on in the morning when I have more time to spend on my skin, so a weekend or a day off, as it helps to depuff my skin after waking up and bring a little more radiance to my skin. 
The only downside to this mask is the colour. It's dark grey and doesn't wash out of washcloths easily, so make sure you have dark coloured flannels or ones you're not fussed about getting grey smudges all over it. 

Again, I love the smell of this. It smells so relaxing and calming, which is perfect to use in the evening before you go to bed. This is a super moisturising mask which leaves you skin feeling so lovely and soft, but still well cleaned at the same time, without feeling tight and dry. It almost skins into your skin completely, like a super thick moisturiser, so you only really need to wash off any excess that is left over. 

3. Glamglow Super Mud clearing treatment - £14 (small tub)/ £39 (big tub)

Glamglow has really grown in popularity over the past few years and for a good reason. It's skin care that does what it says on the tin. Yes, it is a high end and expensive brand, but you get what you pay for. The smell of this one I'm not mad about as it smells like liquorice, I don't like liquorice. But aside from that, this is awesome for those hormonal breakouts. You can use this as an all over face mask or as a spot treatment, which is what I do (since it's so expensive to buy the big tub, I'm making my small tub last!). 

Although these are definitely up on the pricey side, I have seen some really lovely results from all three of these masks. What's your favourite mask? 


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