Thursday, 21 November 2019

Kathleen Natural Bright Mask Review*

I've spoken many, many times before on my blog about how much I love a face mask. Each week I like to set time aside where I can for a bit of a pamper night and that usually includes a long hot soak, fresh nails and of course some of my fave skincare products and a face mask is always included within that. For a long time I've been turning to sheet masks but as they're single use, it can sometimes feel like a bit of a waste of money so I was thrilled when the lovely people at Kathleen Natural asked if I would like to try out one of their brand new face masks. Of course I jumped at the chance!
Kathleen Bright Mask in centre. Pink candy canes to left, behind is Home Bargains large candle, red and white spiral ornament and silver xmas tree
The new range of masks from Kathleen cover four major skin concerns so hopefully that way, there's something for everyone. There's the Deep Pore Treatment which is ideal if you suffer with blackheads and breakouts. Next, there is the Dead Sea Mud Mask which is great for oily and sensitive skin. There's also the Collagen Mask which stimulates collagen production reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. And finally, there is the Bright Mask which is the one I was keen to try out. The Bright Mask can help control acne breakouts due to active ingredients like Hibiscus. The natural acids present help to purify your skin by breaking down dead skin and increasing cell turnover. This mask also contains White Willow Bark which I'd not heard of before, but it's apparently both anti-inflammatory and antibacterial which clears your pores and alleviates irritation. A few other ingredients worth mentioning are Vitamin E which prevents your skin from damage, Sandalwood which is excellent for scarring and Shea Butter which will all know is uber moisturising so softens rough skin.

I've been using this twice a week over the last month and I've been thoroughly impressed each time. It's a product I look forward to using all the time now! I've been cleansing my face with my usual Garnier Micellar Cleansing Gel Wash and then applying a thin, even layer of this. I then leave on for 15 minutes and as it's a clay consistency you can really feel it drying on your skin which I strangely enjoy. Once dry, I remove with a warm, damp cloth and rinse my face to make sure any remaining residue is gone. One thing I really love about the Bright Mask is that it doesn't leave my skin feeling dry or tight in any way. I usually find with clay masks that afterwards my skin is in desperate need of moisture but I've not had that with this, and whilst I have still been applying my L'oreal Hydra Genius Moisturiser, that's just more about keeping up with my routine. 
closeup of Kathleen Bright Mask, lid off so can see face mask
I've also found a subtle improvement in the condition of my skin over the last few weeks since using the mask. Whilst I've still had a few breakouts, I've actually felt it's been really drawing our the impurities and the general state of my skin is far better than it was. My skin looks brighter and it feels rejuvenated each time I use this so I'll 100% be continuing with my weekly application. There's just something very spa-like when using a face mask, especially one like this and I think it's so important to take that time each week to just chill for an hour or two and really indulge in some self care. 

If you didn't already know the face masks are 100% natural, 94% organic, suitable for sensitive skin and vegan-friendly so there are many reasons to try one of these. Maybe something to add to your Christmas wishlist if you're a bit of a skincare addict? You can buy all of the masks from the Kathleen Natural website and they range in price from £19 to £28.
Kathleen Bright Mask held up in front of silver xmas tree
Have you tried any products from Kathleen before? Are you more of a sheet mask fan or do you love masks like this too?


*PR Sample

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13 comments

Sophie said...

This sounds lovely. My dry skin tends to look a little dull around this time of year and I'm sure my skin would appreciate this. It's great that it's vegan friendly too x

Sophie
www.glowsteady.co.uk

jennyinneverland said...

Can you believe I don't EVER use a face mask? I can't remember the last time I used one but my skin really needs it. This looks great and bonus that it's Vegan too x

Jenny
http://www.jennyinneverland.com

Heather Nixon said...

It sounds like a great mask x

Lady Writes said...

Can't beat a good face mask, especially a brightening one in winter x

Tiffany Timms said...

I love that it's vegan friendly. A great choice for this Christmas!

Tiffany Timms said...

I never used to buy them either! No idea why but then when I gave a few different ones a go, I got hooked haha xx

Tiffany Timms said...

I've been really impressed with it x

Tiffany Timms said...

Very true x

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