20 January 2015

REN Clarimatte Invisible Pores Detox Mask






With another 5 000 words of essay hell out of the way, I'm ready to get back to blogging and creating new recipes for you guys. This is probably the most expensive facemask I've ever used (costing around £18), but it is absolutely fantastic for your T-zone. It was recommended to my sister as something to use on that part of your face to really get into your pores, making your skin much softer, cleaner and largely blackhead free. 

It is far kinder to your skin that the majority of cheap drugstore facemasks which use masses of chemicals, so it's fab if like me you've got sensitive skin. I learnt this the hard way with a disaster of a facemask in December which made my face look and feel like I'd been sunburnt. Safe to say, a lot of foundation was used prior to the event I was supposed to be talking at a mere two hours after this incident!

Plus it got my little bunny Ted's seal of approval - what more could you ask for?!

Love and Light 
Steph

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Comments/questions are very welcome 

9 comments:

  1. I have just become a fan of REN after my last beauty box and I am loving them.
    Cute bunny :) xox

    http://www.rainbowsandunicornsblog.co.uk/

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    1. This mask is so good! I may try out some of their other stuff too :)

      Steph

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  2. cute bunny. It looks really but Ren is sure very expensive in my country
    http://beautyfaceskin123.blogspot.com/

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    1. He is! It's quite expensive here too, but it seems worth the price, and is long-lasting

      Steph

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  3. sorry, missing the word . It looks really good

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  4. I've never tried any REN products but this may have to be my first one - the face mask sounds lovely!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog

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    1. It is really good - makes your skin so soft!

      Steph

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  5. I've not tried this mask yet but I am tempted too! I had the same problem with some other masks before as I have really sensitive skin that is prone to redness and break outs! Thanks for a great review :) xx

    shynature.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I hate how masks can be so risky with sensitive skin, but this one was perfectly fine with mine!

      Steph

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