Beauty

British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask review

Last week I got one more mask added to my skin care collection as The Body Shop-Sri Lanka gave me the British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask, one of their five newly launched masks in the store.

The five new face masks are:

  • Himalayan Charcoal Purifying Mask (to detoxify) VEGAN
  • British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask (to hydrate) VEGAN
  • Ethiopian Honey Deep Nourishing Mask (to nourish)
  • Chinese Ginseng & Rice Clarifying Polishing Mask (to brighten)
  • Amazonian Acai Energising Radiance Mask (to energise) VEGAN

All masks are 100% vegetarian and cruelty free with fair-trade ingredients as is always the case with The Body Shop products. They’re also formulated without parabens, paraffins, silicone or mineral oils.

The British Rose Mask is 100% vegan, inspired by European bathing rituals and is infused with real rose petals & essence of hand-picked roses from Britain, rosehip oil from Chile and community trade organic aloe-vera from Mexico.



Rosehip oil is rich in repairing Omega B and 6 that helps tone skin, and aloe-vera is renown for its gentle, calming and soothing properties on skin…

I applied the mask with the Mask Brush I got (sold separately), or you can even apply them with your fingers. It smells heavenly, and super soothing on your skin. I left the mask for 15-20 minutes before rinsing off with cold water. Voila! My skin felt so hydrated, baby-smooth and glowing.


I have generally dry skin and this helped my skin get the hydration back so well. I highly recommend this mask for anyone who loves  masking!

I followed up my Sunday pamper routine with British Rose Shower Gel, Body Butter and finished with a few sprays of Eau de Toilette… It smells divine!


The price list for the British Rose picks I used:

  • Fresh Plumping Mask- LKR 6800.00
  • Shower Gel- LKR 1295.00
  • Body Butter- LKR 3150.00
  • Eau de Toilette- LKR 3700.00

Hope your Sunday was as relaxing and pampering as mine!

See you soon,

Xx

Neth Mi

P.S. I also love The Body Shop Vitamin E Sink in Mask. You can read my review here.

 

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