3 January 2018


If you're a big kid at heart like me then you will no doubt love these LUSH Jelly Masks that I'm going to be talking about today. They give me serious play dough vibes and they're a little messy, but lots of fun at the same time. I've used the fresh masks from LUSH before but have never really found one I can't live without, so I was interested to stumble across the Jelly Masks! As you can see I've already had plenty of use out of these and actually purchased Bunny Moon first and went back for FOMO. I hope you enjoy this review and I would love to hear from you in the comments section below. 
are you ready for this Jelly?
These new face masks are formulated with Seaweed, know for its calming and hydrating properties. Seaweed is used within a lot of LUSH products, but they decided it was time for this super ingredient to take centre stage in the form of five wibbly-wobbly masks. Each mask is loaded with a high concentration of natural ingredients, plus they're far more self-preserving than a lot of other LUSH products which means they have a much healthier shelf life! All you need to do is simply scoop a piece into dry palms and mix away until your jelly turns into a creamy paste, leave on for up to 10 minutes and wash off to reveal wonderful skin. PS - Don't use these masks with wet hands! 
I was introduced to Bunny Moon in store and it was the first Jelly Mask I purchased. I love the combination of Honey, Chamomile and Marigold, which all help to soothe and balance the skin. Honey is also antiseptic, which helps you to achieve a beautifully moisturised and clear complexion. There's also a hint of vanilla and benzoin resioid, which gives this mask a really comforting feel to it.

After falling in love with Bunny Moon I headed back to my local LUSH store to see what other Jelly Mask might be suitable for my skin. I was recommended FOMO, a mixture of calamine powder, rose absolute and a touch of bright neroli. Anyone who knows me knows I flippin' love Neroli!! - This mask has a beautifully uplifting and floral scent, which makes using this mask an absolute joy. It also leaves my skin tone super even and bright. 

Both of these masks are totally worth purchasing in my opinion (£6.95 each). They're similar in what they do, but I would say Bunny Moon is my favourite for calming down irritable/spotty skin and FOMO is my go to when I want a bit of everything... bright, moisturised, toned... you name it! - I also love how fun these masks are, yes they are a bit messy, but the jelly texture is just everything. All you need is a small pinch and after a few minutes of working into your hands you're left with a lush gooey paste! 

Have you tried a LUSH Jelly Mask? If so let me know your favourite below.

Lots of Love 

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