Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The New Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection

Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection

One of the most exciting new skincare launches of 2016 has to be the Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection: three skin-saving complexion treats, that not only come in full size tubes but also a mini try-me size collective. Whatever your skin is calling out for the new Bobbi Brown face mask line up will be sure to offer up a solution. Let's have a closer look shall we?

Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection

Bobbi Brown Radiance Boost Mask (£33 via John Lewis - link)
Best For - All complexions but the walnut grains may be irritating to blemish prone complexions.
After a few weeks of over-indulgence and a season of dry central air, your skin may be far from it's usual plump and bright self? If you are nodding sagely, then perhaps Bobbi Brown Radiance Boost Mask is what your skin has been calling out for? This gentle cream based face mask (a hydrating base of Algae Extract), not only nourishes but exfoliates too, thanks to a smattering of superfine walnut grains to boost skin circulation and of course remove dry/dead skin cells. If that is not enough this mask contains absorbent Kaolin Clay to reduce excess oil and balance out the complexion - genius. One quick application: you apply on damp skin for 2-5 minutes and then gently massage into the face, before rinsing clear to produce a bright, soft and supple complexion. A great mask to use in the A.M, well of course if you have time that is.

Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection

Bobbi Brown Instant Detox Mask (£33 via John Lewis - link)
Best For - Oily complexions and/or those wanting to deeply cleanse.
Once a week  I like to slap on a deep cleansing mask to help refresh and clarify my skin for the days ahead. Bobbi Brown Instant Detox Mask is perfect for just this: deeply cleansing yet never harsh nor stripping to the skin. This clay based mask is rich in minerals to ensure that it does so much more than provide squeaky clean skin: a blend of Hawaiian Sea Water and Amazonian White Clay, fuse together to help extract engrained grime and oil. It also contains Sea Salt to not only cleanse but nourish and balance the skin. Again you apply this mask to freshly cleansed and damp skin, allow to work its magic for up to 3 minutes and rinse clean. Upon removal my skin not only feels rejuvenated but glows - this may change how you look at clay masks forever.

Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection

Bobbi Brown Skin Nourish Mask (£33 via John Lewis - link)
Best For - Dry skin types.
You don't need me to tell you that the cold weather is rough on all of our complexions, despite typically having an oily complexion my is a little drier and tighter than usual. As a fairly lazy gal, I want a quick and deeply nourishing fix as I'm sure we all do? Answering the call is Bobbi Brown Skin Nourish Mask, a light lotion come gel that quickly injects the skin with a non-greasy shot of moisture that lasts for hours. This skin treat contains: Coral Grass, Hydro Herb and Salicornia, to lock in and regulate moisture, as well as plumping, smoothing and nourishing the complexion. If that is not enough, Chlorella Extract and Muru Muru Butter help boost collagen production, strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier and reduce the appearance of fine lines - slap it on and thank Bobbi Brown later. As a side note this would be a great mask to stash into your travel bag for hot but drying climates and of course a long haul flight or too, as an added bonus as you apply this like a typical face cream and tissue off the excess you won't feel like everyone is watching you mid-flight.

If you are undecided you can also purchase the  Bobbi Brown Face Mask Trio for £10 which will allow you to try all three variants.

For the moment the new Bobbi Brown Face Mask Collection is exclusive to John Lewis, you can shop the full line up here - link.

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  1. These all sound lovely! I'm definitely going to try and get my hands on the Instant Detox Mask x

  2. Wow, who knew they made masks! Awesome!

    Quick question, I notice on Bloglovin you have more than one tag for your blog. Please could you let me know how to add more. I only have beauty as a tag and cannot seem to figure out how to get more.

    1. Hello :)
      I didn't add them, bloglovin' does it automatically. I think the more posts/topics you cover the more they add?

    2. Thanks for your reply! Will check with them. :)

  3. I love the sound of the Detox mask! I think I'll have to pick up the collection at some point and give them all a go, though :)

    Jess xo | The Indigo Hours

  4. The instant detox one looks and sounds sooo interesting!! :o I'm not really a mask kind of gal, but i wanna start being one!! hahaha

    Xoxo Jessy

  5. They all sound so good. I like the fact that their doing a sample set so you can try them out without making a big investment.

    Jen |

  6. These all sound divine, particularly the nourish mask! Sounds perfect for parched winter skin! I will have to get my mitts on the trio!

    Katrina |

  7. These are so cute in the mini version, I love Bobbi Brown but need to get through some other face masks!

  8. Bobbi Brown is one of my absolute faves. Her stuff is always on point. I need to get my hands on one of these babies!


  9. I haven't actually tried any skincare products from Bobbi Brown as of yet, but each one of these masks sounds fab! I'll definitely be trying the mini trio to see what they're like, before jumping in to buying the full sizes.

    Alice / Alice Grace Beauty


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