The New Superdrug Kitchen Face Masks *

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Today I have another skin care related blog post for you all. I was recently sent a selection of Superdrug’s new own range of “Kitchen” face masks. These face masks are  made with natural ingredients, they are Vegan friendly and cruelty free. The range includes 6 different face masks including Charcoal, Avocado and Oat to, Coconut, Blueberry Jam, Kale and Coffee.

These masks come in cute little tubs with cute, rustic style packaging.


I got sent 3 to try, Kale, Blueberry Jam and Coconut. So, today I’ll be sharing some of my thoughts on then.


The first one I tried was the Kale Mask, the Kale Mask is described as a Superfood mask to deliver nutrients to the skin. Kale is one of natures wonders, its packed with nutrients and vitamins like Vitamin C and Vitamin K. Kale has also been known to help improve uneven skin tone.  This mask is a clay based mask and it dries down to a hard consistency. I applied it to dry, clean skin and left it for around 10 minutes. Once I removed it my skin felt very smooth and even.


Onto the Coconut Face Mask, this face mask is targeted at dry skin to give the skin nourishment and hydration. This was personally my favourite mask out of all of them, it smells like a Bounty chocolate full of coconuty goodness! It’s a paste like consistency which has exfoliating particles in it. I absolutely love exfoliating masks, as they really help to remove dead skin, so that any products you apply after sink into the epidermis, leaving the skin feeling smooth and hydrated. I applied this to my skin and left it for 10 minutes before removing it with a damp face cloth in circular motions. I was so incredibly impressed with how soft my skin felt after using it, it removed all the dead skin and my skin felt silky soft to the touch. I didn’t even feel like I had to use a lot of moisturizer after, a rarity for me at this time of year.


Lastly, we move onto Blueberry Jam, this face mask is a deeply exfoliating and refreshing mask to brighten the skin. The mask is made with sugar particles which are deeply exfoliating, Bluburry is also great to protect your skin against pollutants and to improve the general appearance of your skin. I absolutely loved how sweet this mask smelt and it literally felt like jam in the consistency. It was a little more difficult to spread over the skin, but once its on you feel it warming on your skin. It’s a little more messy, so I’d recommend using it in the bath or shower if possible. I left it on for 10 minutes and then removed it with a face cloth in circular motions. I loved how the scrub that this mask delivered on application, it left my skin feeling really smooth.

I really enjoyed trying out these face masks and now I’m toying with the idea of buying the Avocado and Oat mask to try. You get a decent sized tub for your money.

These masks retail at £4.99 each and will be released in Superdrug on Superdrug Online today.

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today.

Let me know which face mask you’d like to try, be sure to like, comment and follow my blog if you haven’t already.

Take Care!

Fashioneyesta x

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Emily is a Masters Degree Student, Writer, Journalist, YouTuber and blogger who runs the blog and YouTube channel

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