Lush Brazened Honey Fresh Face Mask [Product Review]



Hello everyone, bringing you another Lush review this week seeing as my last one was quite popular! Today I'm talking about one of their face masks, called Brazened Honey. Lush Face Masks are unlike any others that I have used before in that they are fresh and need to be kept refrigerated. This initially made me a little bit concerned about buying them as I like to hide away all my skin care where none of my family can see it but in the end, no one touched this so it's all good!

Onto the face mask itself. Sadly, as first, I was hugely put off. Why? I hate the way this smells! However, this ended up being an advantage because the smell is largely why I believe no one bothered to steal this despite its prominent place in the fridge. Because this didn't come cheap, I decided to ignore the smell and use it anyway, and boy am I glad I did! I was attracted to this particular face mask because the website describes it as a great product for skin that is in need of some serious TLC, which mine certainly was at the time I bought this and was trying out a whole new skin care routine for myself.

I also feel like it's worth mentioning that it's a bit of a pain to apply. Because it's so cold it doesn't spread out as easily I wish it would. That aside though, this face mask seriously rejuvenated my skin. It's lightly exfoliating and I'd remove it to reveal fresh brightened skin. The morning after, my skin would be bright, clearer and feel great to touch. Although I have run out of this now, I used it once a week for a while and it has definitely been one of my skin care saviours.

I probably won't repurchase this particular face mask again unless my skin gets to a stage where it's in dire need of some help again, but it has definitely made me curious about other Lush face masks. I'm considering Catastrophe Cosmetic or Cosmetic Warrior.

Do you have any Lush recommendations?