I have been having a nightmare with my skin as of late, I think it’s something I’ve mentioned quite a bit but has really been getting me down. It has got to the point where I really have to look into what products which will be best for me and to help my skin be the best it can be.
After a little search I decided to give the Liz Earle Intensive Nourishing Treatment Mask a go as its meant to help dry skin, which I think is a major issue for me. I was eager to try it and pretty optimistic.
The bottle suggests cleansing before hand which I did staying with Liz Earle Cleanse and polish I then applied the mask which you leave on for 15 – 20 minutes, which I like, I feel kinda cheated if you don’t get to keep a face mask on, keeping it on for a while at least makes you feel like it’s had a chance to do something.
I felt a tingling sensation nothing to severe (again this made me feel like it was doing something) you then soak the cloth in hot water and wash it off. My face felt refreshed but I then went to bed.
This morning when I woke I immediately touched my face and was impressed with how soft and smooth my nose felt. When I looked in the mirror I could see that my face had had a deep cleanse and altogether looked much healthier and poreless. I took deep notice of the skin surrounding my nose as that’s where my skin is quite dry and a little flakey and red, but it seems to be cleared up.
Along with dry and red skin I’ve had quite a lot of blemishes, not spots but just red marks which seemed to have faded significantly.
Applying foundation has been the hardest part of my skin problems, it would cling to skin on and around my nose making it look cakey. Today my foundation applied the best it has in I don’t know how long.
This is a first impressions as I have only used it the once, but I will update you on how it continues to work. I’m hoping my skins improved for at least a few days I don’t want to have to do the mask every couple of days but hopefully once a week, the bottle say it can be used whenever needed, I want the bottle to last as its not too big and is £15 a bottle or £16 for the starter kit (which includes cloth and bag).
Thanks for reading!