H&M Face Masks | Review

Every shop here in England has a beauty section, so trying to stay away from buying new makeup takes real self-restraint. A while ago when I was in H&M I came across the beauty section which was nearly a fifth of the whole store, there were sooo many products available I really didn’t know where to start.

I managed to pick up two face masks, each retailing for £1.99. I was limited in choice as A LOT of the products were damaged, I think the customers were squeezing the pots due to their novel design.

I always apply a face mask after a shower or a hot bath to really open up my pores making it easier for dirt to be drawn out. I love peel away masks and this Raspberry Leaf mask doesn’t disappoint. However, I don’t think it’s anything special compared to similar products on the market.

I’m not the biggest fan of mud masks as the mess never seems worthwhile. I got this Charcoal and Pumice mask purely because it has charcoal in it and my fellow bloggers keep pointing out the benefits. Since I had serious FOMO I decided to put it to the test. The tiny pumices which become exposed when the mask is dry, (really not a cute look) can be used to exfoliate the skin as you clean away the mask. My skin feels really soft and fresh after, most probably from the charcoal which draws out dirt and toxins from the skin.

Each mask pot had enough for two treatments, so you really get your money’s worth. I will definitely trying out some more face masks from H&M and recommend that if you see some to give them a go. Invisibobble Dupe- MAHALA

Have you tried out these masks? Do you recommend any beauty products from any high street shops?- Be sure to leave a comment below!

Have you check out my Invisibobble Dupe Review?

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