Mask-arade – Multimasking with Lush

20150801_183737As you know, I love Lush masks!  The only downside, is that they expire so soon since they are made fresh, so I thought I’d multimask so I can use two at once.  I tried two new masks I hadn’t used before: Brazened Honey, to brighten and revive and Catastrophe Cosmetic to soothe and cleanse.  I’ve used both masks before and liked them.  The associate at Lush said Brazened Honey helped to even out scaring and brighten skin, so I used this one in my cheeks, and the Catastrophe in the T-zone.  Brazened Honey has Ayurvedic herbs so it feels warm, but not uncomfortably so.  After reading up, I probably should have switched the placement since the chamomile in Catastrophe helps to calm and soothe redness.   As usual, I didn’t notice an instant difference after using the masks, but my skin felt soft and smooth, and looked even.  I’ll probably try the Brazened Honey again, but I don’t think the Catastrophe is for me.  I just don’t need the calming benefits, but in my cystic acne days, this would have been great.  I’m definitely loving the multimasking technique though.  I can never make decisions, so I love that I can use to or three masks at once.

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Any masks that you love?  Have you multimasked?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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