Masks are becoming more and more popular over the last year. I have always wanted to try the Peter Thomas Roth ones, but as with all skincare I struggle to pay the pounds when you can’t show it off. I know it will give your skin lots of benefits if used in the right way, but I’m more inclined to buy something I can show off instantly.
This set is not only beautiful, but also really good value for money. Most of the full size versions are around £30 except the 24k gold one which is £55 – all are 150ml. Deluxe sample sizes are a great way to test something out and these are all 50ml. So your getting ⅓ of the product you normally would.
I’ve not had time to use them all yet, but I’ll give you a mini review of the ones I have. Lets start with the pumpkin enzyme mask – A resurfacing mask that I have used for a grand total of 3 minutes before I took it off. I’m pretty sure I’m allergic to one of the ingredients in it as I have never experienced a burn like it. Luckily I rinsed it off and put a cold compress on my face before it got too bad. I know lots of people who swear by this, so don’t discount it on my experience.
The rose one feels really nice and soothing on the skin. What I liked about this one is I found it sank into my skin in places that were particularly dry. The rest, I washed off with cool water and afterwards, my face felt amazing. Hydrated and really soft to touch. The one I was most excited to try was the Irish Moor Mud mask. It turned out nothing like I expected it would. If feels kind of whipped in texture and actually feels very cooling on the skin. For a product that detoxes, I have never felt one like this. I would go as far as to say it’s the nicest feeling mud mask I have used.
I’m pretty sure these aren’t available anymore. But I would keep an eye out for any of these that are on offer. Do a bit or research into what you think your skin needs and go with that. These masks are worth the money. Do it. Your skin will thank you. Maybe not right now, but in 10 years time. You can check them out here.
This is not a sponsored post and all PR samples will be marked with an asterisk (*)