Quick Fix Facials

Face masks are one of my favourite parts of skincare. I love how you can get many different types relating to what skin type you have, what time of the year it is, or which texture of mask you prefer. In this blogpost I will be reviewing two masks from Quick Fix Facials, the Mega Moisture Gel Mask (£4.99) and the Brightening Peel Mask (£4.99). I have only tried those two masks, but there are five more, such as the Exfoliating Scrub Mask and the Purifying Charcoal Mask. The range is easy to find in any Boots store, and is very affordable, with all of the masks costing £4.99.


 

Quick Fix Facials Mega Moisture Mask (Dry and Thirsty Skin)

Main Ingredients (and what they do):

  • Hyaluronic Acid – replaces moisture and helps provide deep hydration to skin
  • Vitamin E – full of antioxidants that will help keep skin in good condition
  • Marine Collagen – a source of collagen which will help skin retain moisture and elasticity

This mask applies on like a very thick cream, and has to be left on for 5-10 minutes before wiping off. It feels quite tight when I have it on, as most masks do. It has the most amazing smell, which I can’t really describe other than it smells like fruits. Using a muslin cloth that I have put under some warm running water, I remove the mask. It leaves my skin very soft, but it’s not like I don’t apply moisturiser after using it. On the packaging, it says “x10 Facials”, which I don’t think is true as I have used it much more times than 10. However, this could vary from person to person, depending on how much you use.


 

Quick Fix Facials Brightening Peel Mask (Dull and Uneven Skin Tone)

Main Ingredients (and what they do):

  • Papaya Extract – helps promote cell turnover creating healthy and glowing skin
  • Mulberry Extract – contains skin brightening elements to help even out skin tone
  • Goji Berry Extract – known to stimulate and energize skin to help boost radiance

This mask’s texture is different to the first one –  much less thick. The smell is more stronger than the Mega Moisture mask, and smells a bit like berrys. It feels very cold when I apply it, but I have to use a bit more than I do with the first one, as the first one is much more thick. Again, like the Mega Moisture mask, this also has “x10 facials” written on the packaging. This one also has to be left on for 5-10 minutes, but it can be taken off in two different ways. The first way is just like the first one – using a muslin cloth. The second way is to peel it off, and it’s very easy to do so if you applied the right amount. If it is hard to take off, then you know you haven’t applied enough. My skin does feel softer after putting this on, but I don’t really notice it brightening my skin. However, my skin does feel less tighter after taking it off.


 

I hope you have enjoyed reading my blogpost on two of my favourite masks, and I definetly will be trying different products from this range, and doing blogposts about them.

I will be posting a new blogpost up next Sunday at 6 PM UK time!

anna

 

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Louise says:

    Wow! Amazing review. I love a good face mask xx

    louiselovesbeauty.blogspot.co.uk

    1. Anna says:

      Me too, and thank you so much for reading! xo

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