For readers not in the UK, Superdrug is a British drugstore that sells make-up, skincare and health products. It’s own range is proudly vegan and cruelty-free. There is an in-store salon which has made headlines last week after unveiling plans to bring Botox injections to the high street. Superdrug currently only delivers within the UK however if you’re interested in getting your hands on some English beauty and skincare products I will happily arrange an international box swap. (There is no Sephora here!)
I was recommended these 3 masks as Superdrug’s best masks by a friend as I had not tried their own brand skincare products before. I was glad I tried them because they are good quality and with the 3 for 2 promotion they work out a little cheaper than some of the other face mask sachets I use.
The Tropical Cocktail Peel-Off Mask is a fruity mask that dries hard and peels off your skin lifting out dirt, oils and dead skin cells. I put the whole sachet on thick with my mask brush and it took a whole 45 mins to dry! Next time I will put it on thin and get two uses out of it. It is a revitalising mask and I did feel that my skin was brighter and radiant after use.
The Superfruits Exfoliating Mask is a clay based gritty scrub mask with a berry scent. It’s hard drying and dries fast so it’s best to use small amount to exfoliate skin before applying the mask. The berries in this mask are strawberry, raspberry, cranberry, blueberry and grape. This mask leaves skin feeling smooth and pure however you will have to spend 20 minutes looking like Wayne from The Cramp Twins!
The Chocolate Orange Self-Heating Mask is a clay based mask that feels warm on application. It feels a lot like rubbing warm melted chocolate into your face, the warm sensation disappears after a few seconds but it opens your pores which deeply cleans them whilst still leaving them hydrated. The mask also includes orange oil which improves blood circulation, improving complexion. This mask is not hard drying so after 15 minutes I removed it with my face sponge, unfortunately the dark colouring of the mask left my face sponge stained.
After using these products I will be much more likely to buy Superdrug’s own brand products in the future. I’m excited to try and review more from their skincare range so be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss it.