Murad Intensive-C Radiance Peel. My skin can often get quite dull after long weeks and lack of sleep but some exfoliating treatments can be too harsh on my skin. This Murad mask aims to reverse ageing caused by environmental factors such as sun and stress. Don't be put off by the name - despite being a "peel" it is very light on the skin. It contains Glycolic Acid to remove dullness and help skin glow.
Quick Fix Calming Clay Mask. When it all gets a bit too much this is a quick and simple mask to use for sensitive skin. It contains Aloe Vera and chamomile to reduce inflammation and provide moisture. It isn't effective as some other masks I have tried but it leaves my skin soft and more moisturised.
Balance Me Radiance Face Mask. This works as both a deep cleansing and exfoliating mask in one. It's consistency is more like a face wash so you can either use it as a scrub or leave it on your face for around five minutes before rinsing away. It contains all natural ingredients, such as walnut, rosemary, lavender and chamomile, so it is soothing on the skin while still buffing away dead skin cells.
Good Things Manuka Honey Radiance Face Mask. Unlike the four other face masks I have mentioned, this one actually dries on the skin. I don't know why, but that's something I really like about face masks - guess it's all part of the fun! This Good Things mask contains white clay and beeswax as well as manuka honey, which are all super moisturising ingredients. It helps to nourish the skin and boost radiance. I like to use it weekly to keep my skin soft.