The Best Budget Face Mask

Quick Fix Facials Anti-Blemish Face Mask

You know when you’re strolling round Boots, and want to treat yourself to something new, but you only have £5? Choose this and you won’t regret not buying that Starbucks. 

Quick Fix Facials is an amazing range of face masks targeting every problem imaginable, all for a cheap and cheerful £4.99. Whilst you might get change ftom a fiver, these mask are nothing but the best, giving you over 10 applications over masks that rival the luxury skincare brands.

The Anti-Blemish Mask for Oily and Spot Prone Skin is my go-to treatment to get rid of those unwanted blemishes. Containing the magical combination of Dead Sea Mud, Salicylic Acid and Tea Tree Oil, the mask is contained in a very handy squeezey tube, but is ever so slightly watery, so do take care. As my bathroom floor found out. To rescue your skin, simply smooth a layer onto clean skin and sit back and relax for 10 or so minutes. 

As I’ve said before, I have extreme combination skin. My cheeks, chin & forehead are quite oily, but my nose is dry (yeah ….) and it is so hard to find a product that suits my entire face. Well, I can happily say that this acne-solving mask worked a treat. After a single use, my skin didn’t feel as congested and my pores looked noticeably smaller and tighter. I’m a big fan of instant gratification, but the real test is in the lasting effects, and that just makes me love this drugstore mask more and more. Throughout the week my skin didn’t seem as greasy and the mask seemed to calm down any existing posts whilst preventing further breakouts. And this was after just one use! Say hello to my new skin S.O.S saviour. 

All this for the bargain hughstreet price of £4.99 and you simply can’t afford to try it!

Have you tried any mask’s in this range? I’d love to know what you thought!