Saturday, 15 June 2013

Korres Wild Rose Instant Brightening Mask review

I'm falling in love with Korres. 
I was given a large number of samples of Korres skincare by the lovely assistants at Sephora as they were launching the brand in Poland. Before that I'd heard of the brand but didn't know nor think much about it.

Wild Rose Instant Brightening Mask is the second skincare item I've tried. The first one I've tried is Wild Rose eye cream (reviewed here) which was so good that I bought it full size immediately.

This mask is different from any mask I've tried so far. It's chalk white in colour, looks almost like toothpaste but is very lightweight and creamy consistencywise. Applies smoothly and has a pleasant faint rosy smell.

This mask is different in the sense that chalky as it seems it doesn't dry to any sort of crust like mud masks do. It's creamy and moisturising, but it doesn't leave any greasy residue on my face. It's lightweight but feels terribly effective. Left my face look smoother and sort of better. 

I really like this mask, it's such a pleasure to use. A little goes a long way, yet I'm not sure whether I'm prepared to spend so much money on a face mask. I'm putting this mask on my wishlist anyway.

Disclaimer: I received this product as a complimentary sample for my personal use and I'm not affiliated with any company. I am not paid to do this review and everything I said here is my personal opinion.

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