Nothing says pamper like a good ol' face mask, and The Body Shop have plenty of them to offer for all different skin types. Here's a little round up of four that they offer.
For Moisture | If it's the extra hydration your skin needs then perhaps you should opt for the Vitamin E Sink In Moisture Mask as your choice. With a slight cooling sensation, the mask sinks in to bring moisture back in to the skin and leave it feeling smooth and soft to the touch. The whole Vitamin E range is really fabulous, see my post here, as well as being super gentle to that of the likes of sensitive skin like my own.
For Clarity | One of my all time favourite masks is the Seaweed Ionic Clay Mask. It sets as your regular clay mask would as it works to draw out any excess oil and impurities from your skin. My face always feels revitalised after using this and I am forever noticing a difference the morning after, any gunk and general 'eww' aspects of my skin is gone within a flash.
For Refreshment | If your skin is just feeling a bit lack-lustre and perhaps needs a bit of general TLC, then the Tea Tree Face Mask is a good choice to go for. It soothes any irritated or inflamed skin to it's regular state whilst cooling to give it that refreshed feeling. Tea Tree also helps with impurities and has multiple skin benefits if you are prone to the odd blemish.
For Bounce | In terms of feeling youthful, giving your skin a 'bounce' and if you want a real treat to use over night then the Drops of Youth Bouncy Sleeping Mask is a real treasure for doing so. Embedded with Edelweiss the mask helps reduce signs of dehydration and much like the Vitamin E offering, adds moisture to soften the skin. It's certainly the most luxury of the four, but a real treat if you feel like you need it.
So there's four face masks from The Body Shop that are all for different types of skin and do different things. Let me know in the comments if you have tried any of these and what your thoughts are. Are you a fan of masks from The Body Shop?