Hello loves, welcome! Today I’m going to bring you my review of the Corinne Taylor Face Masks:- Soothe, Glow & Deep Cleanse. I received them as a Christmas present from family and have been trying them out since then in order to provide a full review. All of Corinne’s products are hand made by her in small batches from natural and organic ingredients and are vegan and cruelty free. So they tick every box on my wish list!
Now, I am no stranger to a face mask, they are one of my favourite products to collect and use. I feel like out of all of my products, face masks make the most instant visible and tactile difference to my skin. My favourite kind of masks are powder masks, so I could not wait to dive into these.
So, let’s start off in the order I tried them. I decided to try the Soothe Face Mask first, as I had a bit of irritation and perioral dermatitis around my mouth and nose. This baby pink mask contains the following soothing ingredients:
I mixed a teaspoon of the mask up with a little water to make a thick paste and applied it to my face with a brush. The mask felt instantly cooling and calming but as the mask dried I noticed a tightening and firming effect. The mask is to be left on 15-20 minutes, and I think I left it on a little bit too long for my skin as my face felt a little too tight afterwards, but like I said, I did have some irritation going on. I applied a hydrosol and a facial oil and went to bed. In the morning my face was baby bum soft and all my irritation had gone!
My next try on was the Glow Face Mask, which I decided to use when my skin was looking a little dull (well dull as dishwater actually!) This gorgeous green mask contains:
Mixed up and applied in the same way, this mask tingles a little following application, but the jar and website do state this is normal. It didn’t feel as tightening as the Soothe Mask and I left it on for 15 minutes this time. When I wiped the mask off and rinsed my face, I was a little red, which I think was because I am every so slightly sensitive to geranium essential oil (I come out in a rash if I touch actual geranium leaves), but this quickly subsided and left me with smooth, radiant skin that also felt hydrated, so I was really pleased.
After several consecutive days at work, wearing makeup and working in the bright lights and heating (sweaty!) of a retail environment, my skin was looking and feeling congested. What a perfect time to whip out Deep Cleanse! This blueish grey beauty contains:
This mask feels particularly amazing on the skin! Cooling from the blend of tea tree, eucalyptus and juniper berry. The mask draws out impurities but is surprisingly gentle. After using my skin felt so smooth and clean. I think this one might be my favourite, and because I have combination skin, this really helped to keep my oily t zone at bay.
So to sum up, I’m really pleased and impressed with these masks. You get 35g of all natural goodness for £13.95, which is amazingly good value. They are fairly made and fairly priced. You can get much more expensive masks in natural beauty with far less pure ingredients. They are all scented only with organic essential oils, and they smell beautiful, but what’s more, the essential oils have been chosen to complement the other ingredients whilst being beneficial for their target skin type. They really do do what they say on the jar! I’m a massive fan and can’t wait to try out more of Corinne’s simple, yet effective, aromatherapeutic products. I love her Spirit room mist too (blog post on that here). Highly recommend!
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