June 4, 2009

Champagne Review: LUSH Warrior Mask

You get what you pay for. When I put on the Freeman Avocado & Oatmeal clay mask, my face felt like it was on fire. I’m not exaggerating either, I was calling my friend saying “It burns! Does that mean it’s effective?”

That was when I decided that I need a facemask replacement. So I tried Lush’s Warrior Mask since I’ve read some raving reviews on it. So here’s what I have to say.



Brief Description
This facemask contains all fresh indigents- including garlic. This must be refrigerated. It lasts up to 3 weeks then you must throw it out.

The warrior mask is meant for people with pimple prone skin. It is also meant to heal the skin and pull out the excess oil. It all sounds great except the overwhelming garlic scent!


Smell
It smells okay/good when it’s cold, but after you apply it on your face you can smell a mixture of Garlic and something equally unpleasant.


Price
$8 for the small can. Each can lasts up to 8 times but you have to throw it out in 3 weeks. So it's fairly resonable.


Effectiveness
I used the whole can and I didn’t get any new pimples but it did not get rid of my current blemishes either. So the result is inconclusive. Though I did feel refreshed after using the mask.


Last Words
I won’t buy this product again since it doesn’t smell pleasant, and I’m not sure if it’s effective on treating blemishes or pimples.

If you have trouble smelling then you will do fine with this mask. But if you’re like me who is used to good smelling things, or if you want to have a kissable face for your bf after the mask, DON’T BUY IT.