Thursday, 20 July 2017

Garnier SkinActive Aqua Mask

I'm working my way through all of the masks in this range to review them, and the latest is the Garnier SkinActive Aqua Mask - which I failed at getting a decent photo of, because I was trying to get an arty one of it with water on it (aqua, water, geddit?) but it just didn't work out well at all. Anyway.

This is an extension of the Moisture Bomb range, and it has the exact same smell - so that's joyous. It claims to make the skin immediately more fresh and bouncy, with long term benefits of more hydrated, supple and soft skin. The mask has glycerin and pomegranate as the named ingredients, and also contains shea butter, water and a whole host of other stuff.

So - did it work? Yes and no. I wouldn't say my face felt or feels any more hydrated, but it definitely felt more plump after I'd used it. It's nice to use: cooling and jelly-like, and of course it smells amazing. This is definitely one you need to wipe off rather than just rinsing with water and your hands, but it doesn't dry/set down or anything like that; it also didn't irritate my skin, and I had a patch of eczema on my cheek so I'd been expecting the worst. For £1.50 it's a fairly decent face mask, it's just not my favourite of all the Garnier ones! More reviews coming soon, though, because I picked up a fair few of them in Germany last week...

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