Quick Fix Face Masks Review

Hey guys! As I was wandering through Boots recently, I noticed that there was an offer on these faces masks. I’d never seen or heard of them before, so I thought I’d pick them up and give them a try and let you know how I got on with them!

I chose these three because they each aim to target a very different skin problem, the first is a ‘purifying charcoal’, and is aimed at ‘congested, lifeless skin’. The second is an ‘exfoliating scrub mask’, meant for ‘blackheads and blocked pores’, and the last is a ‘calming clay’, for ‘sensitive and red skin’.quick fix face masks review (1)quick fix face masks review (2)This mask really is a godsend if you suffer with skin that is sensitive and prone to redness. After I’ve had a bit of a bad reaction to something, this mask is what I’ll reach for to calm my skin down. It’s quite thick, (each tube containing approximately 10 facials!) and immediately cools down the skin, meaning that it’s actively calming down any redness. It also doesn’t tingle or burn, it simply feels really cooling for the entire duration you’ve got it on your skin, and once it’s washed off, your skin is left feeling really clean and dewy.quick fix face masks review (3)This is quite a unique face mask, because most of them are just applied to the skin, then you wait for around 15 minutes, and then wash them off. But when after applying this mask, you can continue to massage it into your skin to brighten up your complexion. Once you’ve washed this mask off your skin will feel baby soft!quick fix face masks review (4)And finally this charcoal mask, which is a lot heavier because it’s meant to bring dull skin back to life. I would recommend this mask if you regularly wear a heavy high coverage foundation or concealer, as this can really liven up your skin, and stop it from gradually feeling clogged up and dull. Another pro of this particular mask is that because it’s thick and dark, you really feel like it’s doing something beneficial for your skin.


 

I really like that these face masks cover such a wider range of skin types, but they are also so affordable! I was actually initially drawn to them because with them boasting that there are 10 facials in each tube, I thought this range would be perfect for a super-cliché and adorable girly night with all of my pals!

The range also includes a mega-moisturising one, a collagen-lift one, an anti-blemish one and a brightening-peel one. All are currently available at Boots for £5, or 3 for £10.

Have you seen this range anywhere? Have you tried it?

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6 thoughts on “Quick Fix Face Masks Review

  1. I neeed to try that charcoal mask! I have a charcoal cleanser and I love it, and I wear full coverage foundations. Thanks for the recommendations!

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