Elizabeth Arden Peel and Reveal Revitalising Treatment Review
If I ever want some me time and have a pamper night, I always reach for a face mask once I have got out of the bath, and I am always on the look out for new face masks to try so when I came across the Elizabeth Arden Peel and Reveal mask I knew that I had to try it out.
This face mask smells extremely similar to the cheap peel off masks you can buy from Boots/Body Care, however I can assure you that this mask makes my skin feel 100x better compared to them. I have a combination of skin types usually but towards the time of the month my skin gets more oily so I thought it was a perfect time to try it out and I noticed a difference, as soon as I peeled the mask off my face it felt so soft and refreshed, even when I woke up the day after my skin felt smooth and I noticed that my pores had reduced.
The Elizabeth Arden Peel and Reveal face mask comes with a thin brush which allows you to apply a very thin layer, although I have noticed that the thiner the layer of the mask, the harder it is to peel off so you have to wash it off instead, but you still get the same results if you were too wash it off instead. Once I have peeled off the face mask I don’t get any blotchiness or redress which I have had in the past with other peel off face masks. I brought the 50ml jar, which doesn’t seem like a great amount but I’ve already used this mask 6 times and it’s hardly made a dent.
You can buy this for £20 which I think it really good value and I will be purchasing this again once I run out. I brought mine from Chemist.
Disclaimer: I was sent the item in mention in return for an honest review.