I love a good face mask, and the more hideous and alien-like they make you look once you've put them on, the better! 
This one makes you look like a giant walking bogey (an interesting image I'm sure you'll agree), I'll include a picture at the end of this review so consider this your warning, if you have a nervous disposition I recommend switching off now...

Tea tree is something I never used to get along with but lately I've really jumped on the bandwagon, I think it's helped my skin no end and I love the way it tingles when you use it, it makes my skin feel super clean.

This mask dries pretty hard on the face and you will definitely have to wash the flannel you use to take it off with straight away because it's bright green!

When it's on your face it feels really tingly and fresh, if you have sensitive skin then I'd recommend doing a patch test on a small part of your face before using it all over.

After you remove this mask it leaves your skin feeling really lovely and fresh, I'd say this is more of a daytime mask for me rather than a nighttime one, just because of the scent and the feeling it gives your skin.

The packaging of this product has now changed a little bit, but it's still in a pot so I'd recommend using a small foundation brush to apply it, makes it a lot easier than just scooping it out with your fingers and you will use a lot less.

You can buy this mask instore or online, link here, for £11.00.
BOO! I warned you.
I never used to understand why people go for natural cosmetics and bath/body products, I used to assume that they wouldn't work as well as ones with the usual sulphates and chemicals in them but lately my mind has been changed by certain products and I've started to see the light when it comes to the au naturale!

I have tried natural lip balms and face masks so when Sabai Soaps offered to send me some natural soaps I jumped at the chance!
I chose the Revitalise giftset because the scents were a bit fruitier than the other giftset, which contains more scrubby soaps which sound very interesting!

The scents I went for were Mangosteen, Kaffir Lime and Orange Spice which are as delicious as they sound!
I'm a sucker for anything spicy so Orange Spice was right up my street.

I don't use soaps in the shower, I use them exclusively in my sink to wash my hands so these soaps will last me forever!
They lather up well and don't leave my hands feeling sapped of moisture which some soaps do.

The packaging of these soaps is lovely too, from the little blue gift box to the patterned wrapping paper the soaps come in, they would make a lovely gift for someone.

Sabai Soaps are available from their website, link here, and this particular giftset is £15.99, link here.


Not all pictures my own, some taken from Google Images.
All reviews 100% honest, whether they were sent to me or bought by myself.
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