Jelly Face Masks are kinda new at Lush. The name tells it all, they have a really fun jelly consistency. But it’s much more than that: they’re seaweed based, what means they’re really moisturising and hydrating. YES BABY!!
The Jelly Face Mask range is also self-preserving, means while they’re loaded with fresh ingredients they’re free from synthetic preservatives.
Bunny Moon – perfect for dry / acne prone skin
Out of the range, Bunny Moon has to be my favorite!! We just had a very long and cold winter here in Vienna and my skin got very dry (what is kinda unusual, read more about my skin here) but at the same time I have blemishes that I want to treat. So this mask comes in super handy because it’s able to deal with both and I have the feeling there aren’t many masks that are able to treat both of these skin concerns.
The mask is packed with honey, 12% to be specific – what is amazing because it’s moisturizing on one hand but antiseptic at the other – so perfect to banish blemishes. There’s rose oil to soothe and balance your skin and also chamomile to calm it.
Because of the jelly consistency you have to treat this mask a bit different than your usual face mask. After cleansing your face I’d suggest to pat it almost dry, otherwise it will be more difficult to apply the mask. I mix a bit of the mask in my dry palms and blend it till it turns into a nice cream. Then I apply it to my face in an even layer and let it sit for 10 minutes. Afterwards I wash it off with warm water or a cloth (what is very helpful because sometimes the jelly sticks really good to the skin).
All in all
I’m really obsessed with the whole Jelly Face Mask range, mostly because they’re so moisturizing (thank you seaweed base) for the skin but are able to treat other aspects (acne prone, redness,.. ) as well.
Have you already tried the Jelly Face Masks from Lush? If so what’s your favorite one? Let me know in the comments.