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Nspa Replenishing Moisture Mask

If you have read my blog in the past them you may know that, in winter at least, I suffer from really dry skin.  I love using face masks but I’m unable to use clay/mud type masks and most other masks appear to just suck out any moisture I do have in my face.

Then suddenly the other day it came to me, try a moisture mask!

I took to Twitter to check with the beauty bloggers whether a moisture mask would be good for my dry winter skin and the response was yes get one.  I received a few recommendations for No7 and I think Origins, but I didn’t really want to spend too much on one.

I’m currently a big fan of Nspa, who I think offer very good products for reasonable prices, so I headed down to my local Asda as I vaguely remembered seeing that they offered a moisture mask.
‘Treat ultra-thirsty, stressed skin to this deeply nourishing and soothing mask.  Packed with moisturising Ginseng and Vitamin E, it will restore, calm and soften your complexion’.

This consists of a light pink coloured rich feeling cream with what I would call a light spa-type fragrance.
The Nspa range features a four step plan of cleanse, exfoliate, treat and moisturise and this mask falls into the treat step.  After cleansing and exfoliating you apply a thick even layer of moisture mask and then sit back and relax for 10-20 minutes before removing the excess with a cotton pad soaked in warm water or using a toning mist.

As my skin is so dry I decided to give it the ultimate treat and just leave this on overnight.  However, a slight issue with this is that any excess left on your face would likely be all over your hair and pillow by the morning.  So instead I just left this on until I was ready to go to bed (so it was on for several hours) and then I gently removed any excess before going to sleep.  In future I would probably apply a thinner layer if I was leaving this on overnight.

As soon as I applied this it felt really soothing and the next day my skin felt amazing, really soft and not at all dry.  I was also really pleased that this lasted for several days as well.

One of the best things about this product is the price as this little beauty costs just a fiver!  When I bought this Asda were offering two Nspa products for £8, which is amazing value as most products are £6 or £7.  The moisture mask wasn’t included in the offer but I think that’s probably because one product costs £3.  So if you bought those two items together their combined price would be the same as the offer price and I believe retailers can get in trouble for that.

If you have an Asda close by or don’t mind ordering online I would highly recommend giving Nspa’s products a try.

The Little Blog of Beauty x
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