Monday, 17 July 2017

Review: Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks

If you've been reading my blog for a while now then you'll know I'm a massive fan of the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks. The original Moisture Bomb was amazing, the Green Tea a favourite and the Chamomile a necessity. And now they have added two more masks to their collection and let's just say, they are just as good, if not better than the originals.

The first of the two is their Super-Hydrating De-Tiring Mask. Contaning Hyaluronic Acid and Lavender Essential Oil, it aims to provide skin with intense hydration whilst reducing the appearence of fatigue. It's faint lavender scent is also there to relax the senses and gives a more luxurious pampering experience.

And the second is the Super-Hydrating Glow Revealing Mask. Containing Sakura Extract and Hyaluronic Acid, this not only hydrates skin but leaves it looking rejuvenated with a healthy glow. It has a slight floral scent to it but isn't too overpowering or irritating on the skin.

There is no way to chose which mask is better out of the two. The De-Tiring Mask is perfect to relax senses whilst reviving and rejuvenating skin. If you're more of an evening pamperer then this would be the mask for you, especially if you find it hard to switch off, this will help. The lavender scent will make you feel relaxed as a whole and could lead to you having an earlier night than planned.

The Glow Revealing Mask is more of a morning/beginning of the day mask. It makes the perfect base for make up as it leave skin looking glowy and that glow can and will translate through any make up you apply over top to give skin a natural luminous glow that looks healthy and perfect for this time of the year.

I've already said it but there is no way to chose between the two. Both of them wowed me and left my skin looking better than it has in a while. I will happily repurchase both of these masks alongside the others in the range. Your skin type and skin need will be the only thing you can use to help you decide between these masks but if you're a beauty junkie like me and I know a lot of you out there are, then you'll probably end up buying both anyway so I'm not going to recommend one mask over the other. I will say though that I highly recommend checking them out when you're next in your local Superdrug, I'm sure you won't be disappointed. 

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