Sunday, 31 May 2015

TT Beauty Mask Review

Dim the lights, get your favourite scented candle on the go, nice cup of peppermint tea, (or if you're naughty like me a nice glass of prosecco!), it's time to relax and treat yourself and I'm going to show you how.

Now I love a mini home spa night, I love playing around with different treatments so when I got the opportunity to try Timeless Truth Beauty Masks I was very very excited!

Now when I'm wanting to chill out and relax with a little pamper sesh I don't like too much messing. I'm not a fan of having to smear something all over my face, wait for it to dry, try not to smile, sneeze or sing and crack it up and then try to get it all off. I'm supposed to be relaxing for pete's sake! So for a while now I have favoured a sheet mask. Sheet masks, if you don't know, are exactly as they sound a sheet which you put on your face as a mask. Usually soaked in a serum and when applied help boost hydration and help replenish moisture and oils to the skin. I also like them as they are the most hygienic way to treat your face as you don't have to smear anything on your skin with your fingers, just tap on and relax.

Good right?

Well TT Beauty Masks have just made everything a whole lot better!

Their innovative, patented system means that the mask is not just soaked in serum, the actual mask itself is made with dried powder already in the cloth. The powder combined with the serum makes for the first intensive masks of this kind.

I was sent the Herbal Rejuvenation Immortelle Mask which claims: to be a rich herbal infusion with Immortelle Extract to make skin feel nourished, hydrated, helping reduce fine lines, relieve dryness and blemishes. They say that the mask helps boost cellular activity and optimises hydration creating smoother finer looking skin.

Immortelle is a flower know for its anti-inflammatory and regenerative properties, Imortelle's ability to stimulate the production of new skins cells makes it popular in facial care for mature skin.

You just open the pack, unfold the mask and peel off a plastic layer then place it on your face. It fit my face really well, just pat it on and let it do its thing! My favourite thing was that I could still sip my wine with it on without it cracking like other masks! Hehe! You leave the mask on for 15 - 20 minutes so you have time to moisturise your body, or do your nails, or just sit down and relax as its a very calming feeling having the mask on your face. When I took the mask off my skin was glowing and bright, but not greasy in anyway, it dried straight away and my skin was so soft to the touch.

I love it because I do spend a lot of time abroad and in the sun,  I'm a real sun junkie and my skin is starting to pay the price for that. This mask is like an intensive facial. I've paid in excess of £30 - £50 for a facial treatment before and I'm not kidding this would rival some of those. These aren't cheap masks, its £4.90 for one so you can tell the quality. I'm so glad I found this brand, I love nights in, having a long soak in the bath, ex foliating, doing my nails and popping on a face mask. But I feel a lot of the time the ones on the high street are kind of cheap and uneffective. This feels like you are paying for a real treatment, a real boost for your skin and there are so many to choose from!

Check the rest of the Fusion range here - there are absolutely loads of masks for every skin type and preference!

I'm also really excited to try out this amazing and totally chic travel pack I was sent. I'm planning on using it when I travel to America soon. My skin always gets really dehydrated on flights so I'm planning on using the three step system recommended for trips such as that.

I am genuinely so happy I have this ready for that trip as I can't wait to see the difference in my skin when I show it some love on long flights.

For more information on TT Beauty Masks check out their website here -

All products can be bought through the website and I really recommend you picking the perfect mask for you and having a home spa night!


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