Lush ‘Catastrophe Cosmetic’ Face Mask

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It’s no secret that I am absolutely obsessed with Lush and their products. Recently, I got the ‘Catastrophe Cosmetic’ face mask and I have been dying to try it out but have put it off until this blog post was up. I had really high hopes for it, especially after trying the ‘Cup O’ Coffee’ face mask and I wasn’t disappointed.

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The mask itself contains blueberries and chamomile among other ingredients to calm and cleanse the skin and seeing as I have had the busiest weekend at work, I felt that this was exactly what I needed! The mask itself it quite thick, which did take a bit of time to cover the face but the minute I had put it on, I was in love.

I left the Cup O’ Coffee mask on for about 30 minutes but I only left this one on for about 10 minutes as I found that it did ever so slightly start to crumble. I used my ‘Make Off Mitt’ along with some warm water to remove the make, which came off so easily; and as soon as I did, my skin felt so much cleaner and softer. I was so happy with the way my skin looked and smelt that I am already desperate to try it again.

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I can honestly say that Lush’s face masks are my favourites and I can’t wait to try all of the other ones. If you’re looking for a new mask or haven’t tried the Lush ones, I definitely recommend going into a store and having a look.

What’s your favourite Lush face mask?

-Hannah X

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7 thoughts on “Lush ‘Catastrophe Cosmetic’ Face Mask

  1. I might have to try this one, Lush face masks make my skin feel so smooth and I love them! Think I’m going to have a whole collection soon! Mask of Magnaminty is really nice too, you should try that one if you haven’t already -Rachel xxx

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  2. Is it bad i’ve never tried their face masks? I always see them in the store and they smell divine but i’ve just never committed to buying one. I think next Lush visit i’ll buy this one to give a go, it sounds amazing! x

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