Creightons facemask review

This isn’t going to be a very long post, I just want to share my love for a great product with you πŸ˜€

I‘m a facemask addict, and so I’m always trying new ones (or old ones that have been recommended to me), and my newest obsession is “Photo Perfect” by Creightons!
The mask is made in England, doesn’t contain perfume, but it does, however, contain Menthyl Lactate and Mentha Leaf Oil which means that the facemask has a very minty aroma – something I quite like and something that gives a tingling sensation when you apply the mask, something you might need to get used to. But trust me it is not hard to get used to and just like all their other products I’ve tried – this one is amazing!
You can check out all their skincare products here:

Skin Care

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The facemask has anti-blemish properties and promises to get you selfie-ready – a promise it, in my opinion, keeps! The mask has a clay-like consistency, it says to leave it on for 5-10 minutes, but I usually do 15 just to make sure the mask is dry all over.
Every time I’ve used this mask and cleansed my face my skin feels so soft and refreshed, something that I love! I could also really see a difference in my skin after using it twice, I don’t notice as many outbreaks or blemishes as before I used it.
I recommend this mask to everybody, and even if you aren’t convinced yet at 6.5$ you can probably afford it, and trust me you’ll be happy you gave it a chance πŸ™‚

You can buy the facemask directly from the company here.

I hope you enjoy this post, and I’d love to hear from you about your favorite facemasks!
Lots of love, Anne

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