LUSH Review: Cupcake Fresh Face Mask

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This chocolaty face mask claims to reduce oil and calm breakouts. It does help bumpy skin, but takes some time.

This review was requested by jacquelyng56 who runs a beauty blog, go check her out!

Rating: 4/5 Liked it, may repurchase

Use:Fresh face mask. On freshly cleansed skin spread a scoop around the face and jaw, avoiding the eyes and mouth. Leave for ten minutes then remove with a face cloth or in the shower before toning and moisturising

Effect: Leaves skin feeling smooth and refreshed. Wake up the next morning with reduced appearance of spots

Smell: Less like chocolate cupcakes and more like cocoa or choc mint

Texture: A thick paste, spreads fairly easily

Frequency: I recommend using this every day for a week during a breakout

Vegan: Yes

Size: 75g, 3.5 cm tall, 7 cm top diameter, 5.5 cm bottom diameter

Lasts: Has a 3 week expiry, can get 6-7 uses from a pot

Love: The smell and that it did help reduce a breakout

Hate: That the oil in the mixture sometimes separated in the pot, and that it didn’t do as much for breakouts as I was hoping

Condition: Arrived in good condition, some oil had separated out and leaked out the sides

Price: AU $16.95, US $6.95, UK £5.95

Storage: Like all fresh face masks this must be kept refrigerated

Top Tip: Apply with wet fingers to help spread it onto your face

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3 thoughts on “LUSH Review: Cupcake Fresh Face Mask

  1. It actually looks like raw cake mix! I’ve heard of the cupcake mask, but always forget to look for it in store. I don’t get LUSH through the post much because the past few times I have things have leaked, been broken (bubble bars aren’t too bad broken, but the foot scrub was a nightmare.) OR its rained and the box it came in has been wrecked haha.

    I need to try this though, it sounds nice. 🙂

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