21 November 2012

Lush The Sacred Truth Fresh Face Mask

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I don't think there will ever be a time when I don't adore the fresh face masks from Lush. The fifth and most recent one I have tried is The Sacred Truth. 

The Sacred Truth is advertised as being for those with slightly more mature skin to fight off the signs of aging. But I have really loved using this mask and seen the positive changes it makes to my skin - And I'm only 24! It contains ginseng and green tea which are great for their antioxidants effects and fresh wheatgrass which is a free radical scavenger. It has rich, softening ingredients such as linseed, eggs, evening primrose oil, shea butter, lanolin, coconut oil and honey which are all great for soothing and moisturising. It has the clays of kaolin and talc which help to clean the skin and fresh papaya which helps dissolve dead skin cells. 


I have always said that Brazened Honey is my favourite fresh face mask from Lush - But this has taken the lead. This is so cooling to put on (straight from the fridge, where all of Lush's fresh face masks should be kept!) it applies super easily and it makes my skin feel amazing. Yes OK, all of Lush's fresh face masks make my skin feel amazing but this makes it feel amazing for a combination of reasons, whereas the others I have tried, and reviewed here on my blog, usually just tick a few boxes each. This makes my skin look brighter, healthier and younger. My skin feels softer, supple and oh so very nourished. And it just feels lovely and cooling, calming even, when on. 

Like all of Lush's fresh face masks a 75g pot of this will cost you £5.75 and it has so far lasted me three uses, with plenty more to go! You can find it on the Lush website. I have also reviewed Brazened Honey, which you can read here, Catastrophe Cosmetic, which you can read here, Cupcake, which you can read here, and Love Lettuce, which you can read here.

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