Review: Lush Cosmetics Ayesha Fresh Face Mask

Fresh Face Mask- Ayesha

In shops only- but so worth the trip! Be prepared to shell out some dough while in one of these stores. For $9.95 you get a little pot of goodness. Here’s Lush’s explanation of Ayesha:

Reduces the appearance of wrinkles

We’ve put together a blend of tightening and toning ingredients to refresh tired-looking skin: vitamin-rich kiwi brightens dull spots, enzymatic asparagus does away with dry bits and honey hydrates and soothes redness. Witch hazel also has an astringent effect to leave skin taut, tight and looking fresh, giving dull, tired faces a bright, youthful glow.

Over the last couple of days, I have been waking up with terrible skin. Call it hormonal or adult acne, but it needs to get under control. I have been trying a new foundation, but I hope that is not the culprit. I constantly drink water. Almost to excess especially with Crohn’s. Not too smart, but let’s flush those toxins out.

At the bottom of this post will be a pic of how the face mask looks. Keep this little bugger in the fridge at all times. Here is a listing of the ingredients that they have worked hard to mix together for your benefit:

Fuller’s Earth , Honey (Mel) , Elderflower (Sambucus Nigra) & Lime Tree Flower (Tilia Europaea) Decoction ,Glycerine , Fresh Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) Fresh Organic Kiwi Fruit (Actinidia chinensis) , Kaolin ,Witch Hazel Extract (Hamamelis virginiana) , Rose Absolute (Rosa damascena) , Rosemary Oil (Rosmarinus officinalis) , Patchouli Oil (Pogostemon cablin) Elderflower Vinegar , Bentone Gel , *Geraniol , *Limonene, *Linalool , Fragrance . *Occurs naturally in essential oils

Natural Ingredients & Safe Synthetics

Now with that being said, I recommend washing your face with a good cleanser & your fav Clairisonic. Here is the cleanser that I used and added some sea salt to exfoliate and rid my pores of even more junk. Peter Thomas Roth Anti Aging Cleanser

Today is all about getting the house clean in preparation of New Year’s festivities. Plenty of time to keep on cleaning while this mask cleans up my skin & does it’s duty. What are you using today to impart that glow?

I rate this mask 4.5/5 only because I do not want to wash all the bits down the drain. I use a paper towel soaked in hot water and a drop of Patchouli Essential Oil to take it all off. To make sure I got it all, and since there is Witch Hazel in the mask, I soak a cotton ball with Witch Hazel and a drop of Blue Tansy Essential Oil. Not a clue if it really helps or not, but I’m ready to glow for the day!


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