Lush Mask of Magnaminty Self-Preserving Face and Body Mask

Monday, 6 April 2015

Lush Self-Preserving Magnaminty Face and Body Mask.

Being a huge fan of the original Magnaminty Face and Body mask when I recently stumbled across the newer (I can't believe I didn't know of it sooner) self-preserving version I was more than excited to take it home with me.

This version of the Magnaminty Mask duo is much easier to apply. The honey makes it much smoother and manageable to spread on the face and neck.

Lush Self-Preserving Magnaminty Face and Body Mask.
I also found that less product is needed to get nice thick coverage with this mask than other Lush masks I have used. I use a clean teaspoon to remove my Lush masks from their container (to avoid the chance of polluting the remaining product in the jar with my hands). The other masks I have tried from Lush easily need a teaspoon or more to get an even coverage on my face but with this one I had leftovers from the teaspoon I removed. Less is more people.

Lush Self-Preserving Magnaminty Face and Body Mask.
It seems to me that this is a much more comfortable mask to wear than its predecessor. The added honey makes this mask soothing with the presence of a slight minty tingling. Great for sensitive skin.

After removal I was greeted by super smooth skin that was noticeably glowing the morning after the mask was removed, you filthy animal.

Although I didn't intend for this to be a battle of the Magnamintys post I think it is obvious which one I am in favour of! When I run out of my masks I have no doubt that the Lush Self-Preserving Magnaminty Mask will be the one I reach for over and over again.

Lush Self-Preserving Magnaminty Face and Body Mask.
Get your own Lush Mask of Magnaminty Self-Preserving Face and Body Mask at your local Lush store here in the UK for £5.50 (125g) or £9.25 (315g). In Australia you can expect to pay a little more with this glorious green mask retailing at $15.95 (125g) or $34.95 (315g). 



Which Lush product must I try next?


5 comments:

  1. Looks great, love a clay mask, but I've always wondered whether the ground beans are too harsh? I'm really prone to broken capillaries.

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    1. It is amazing! I just dampen the mask first before scrubbing the mask off gently. It isn't harsh if you are gentle with it. If you were to apply silly amounts of pressure it could hurt.

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  2. How have I not tried a Lush mask yet? This sounds lovely!

    Style Sunrise ☀

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    1. It's okay, I forgive you. But seriously you do need to go and try the Lush masks. They are heaven!

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  3. Love the SP version of Mask of Mag... much easier to apply than the older version! I really like Cupcake too for my skin that refuses to get out of its teenager stage haha!
    Becky xx Geek Gets Glam

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