Sunday 7 August 2016

Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask - full rehydration in only 15 minutes!

I was recently invited by BzzAgent to try out the new Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask by Garnier SkinActive and write a review about it. Where better than to write a review on Beauty on Review?! So here we go :)

Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask

The Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask is a new product in the Moisture Bomb range and you may have noticed I previously reviewed the day and night cream (read my reviews here and here). For this product, Garnier promises the mask intensely hydrates the skin, reduces the look of fine lines and revives radiance. The mask contains Pomegranate extract, Hyaluronic Acid and plant serum.

The mask is meant for people who suffer from dehydrated skin that looks dull and suffers from irregularities and fine lines. On paper, this mask should be perfect for me, so I was very happy to try it out!

The mask comes in a nice looking metallic pouch which matches the rest of the Moisture Bomb line. As soon as I opened the pouch and took out the mask, I felt straight away that the mask is covered in a nice, gel-like cooling serum. The mask itself is made of good quality tissue with a blue file on one side which makes it easier to apply.

At first, I found it a little bit fiddly to apply the mask, partly because I was afraid of tearing the tissue but also because it is such a wet mask that the tissue tends to stick together. Once I got used to it, I managed to apply it quite well.

I left the mask on for 15 minutes as mentioned on the package, then carefully took it off. There was quite a lot of serum left on my face but the tip mentioned on the back of the package, to rub kn the serum of take it off with a cotton pad, did the job for me :)

So did my skin feel hydrated afterwards and did the mask do what the packaging says it does? I think it did! At first my skin looked somewhat red, but to be honest I usually have that after using a mask so that's not a deal breaker for me. After about 10 minutes I could see some difference and the redness had gone down. I was able to apply makeup afterwards.

Since trying the mask, my skin has felt nicely hydrated and I think my skin has actually been looking more radiant! Whether or not the mask reduces fine lines, remains to be seen because at the moment, I do not have a lot of fine lines to compare it to. I did however notice that my skin felt a little bit tighter (tighter in a good way!) which makes me think it could really reduce fine lines.

Overall I am very pleased with the results of this mask. This was the first time I used it and to be able to see a difference after only 15 minutes, is very impressive. The mask felt really nice to my skin and was easy to use. I would definitely recommend this mask to anyone who could do with a bit of rehydration. :)

This product was offered to me free of charge by BzzAgent. Regardless of how the product was obtained, it remains my priority to give you, my readers, my honest opinion.

What skincare routine do you have to keep your skin hydrated? Share by leaving a comment below!

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