Masque Bar face masks

Having a full-time job, blogging, fitting in three gym sessions a week and trying to have a life in general means that I don’t have time for hours of pampering. I do think it’s important to have some ‘me-time’ though so I was keen to test Masque Bar face masks, which give better looking skin in less than thirty minutes. So not much time out of my busy day!

A picture of Masque Bar face masks
Fresh skin in thirty minutes or less!

Brightening sheet mask

This helps minimise the appearance of dark spots and various pigmentation irregularities for a more even complexion. It contains orange extract, liquorice root extract and vitamin C to brighten, correct and illuminate. I used this mask before bed and when I woke up, I had the most radiant skin. Normally, I look so tired in the mornings but thanks to this, I looked fresh and wide awake.

Anti-blemish mud mask

I don’t get spots very often but when I do, it’s around THAT time of the month. This mask soothes irritated skin and bumps while helping to control excess oil. The non-drying formulation purifies the complexion, leaving skin looking clearer. When I used this, any angry spots had calmed down and didn’t look so red. I recommend this mask for troubled skin!

Anti-wrinkle sheet mask

At 25, I don’t really have wrinkles so I can’t comment on this mask reducing their appearance. However, it hydrated my skin well and left it feeling super soft and refreshed. It contains green tea extract, collagen and vitamin E so no wonder my face looked revitalised! One for mature skins or if your skin is needing a moisture boost.

Pore refining crème mask

This minimises the appearance of pores for a refined complexion. The blend of Coenzyme Q-10 and anti-oxidants exfoliates, smoothes and moisturises. I don’t have large pores anyway so minimising them wasn’t a concern but this certainly made my complexion look more even.

Masque Bar face masks are available at

*Please note that these masks were sent to me for review.


    • Georgia
      19th May 2015 / 10:43 am

      Sheet masks are much more user-friendly and far less messy – I really like them Jasmin! But at the same time, there’s something therapeutic about smoothing on a face mask, I use old make-up brushes for neater application! Thank you for taking the time to read the post :)

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