Sometimes you wonder what’s more beneficial for your vanity, having another glass of wine and chill on the sofa or get up and slap on that face mask?
Wine usually wins.
Radiance and hydration masks are often disappointing. The only difference you see is the one in your bank account.
However, this mask did make my skin glow immediately after the application.
Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask.
Created after the success of the Moringa cleansing balm, which become the cult product for Emma Hardie. I think I’m the only blogger alive who isn’t blown away by it. The fragrance is too strong, and I’m usually the last to complain about the product smell, and it’s not as easy to remove as other balms or oil cleansers I’ve used. Sorry, don’t like to faff about with the cloth.
The common ingredient in both products is the Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil which is responsible for that instant radiance and plump effect.
I could go on forever about it but the bottom line it this stuff works. It has a lovely delicate smell, nothing like the balm. I love it enough to give up some of my sofa time to tell you all about it.
How to use:
You’d be told to apply a generous amount and live on the skin for 15-20 minutes as you drink your glass of wine. Why choose? However, my preferred method is to apply a tiny amount and blend gently over the face. Then press and live overnight. I’ve used it this way a few times and loved the way my skin felt and looked in the morning. I picked up that trick at the press event.
Here is some science behind the Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask.
For those of you who like to know it all, I have a list of key ingredients. Enjoy.
Resistme™ Plat Stem Cell Beauty Bodyguard 2% clinically tested level. A mouthful of an ingredient which is responsible for that instant glow and fresh look.
Hyaluronic Filling Spheres™ which help plump skin. That’s what’s makes the skin look smoother.
Amino Acids derivative helps to brighten the skin and improves clarity.
It comes in a 75ml tube and cost £49.