The pretty packaging, the fact it was called 'white chocolate mousse' and that it was written 'moisturising' led me to buy this and nothing else. Well, also because it was only 99p. I bought this in a hurry and at home I realised it had clay in it.
I like to stay away from clay masks. It doesn't irritate my skin or anything like that but I've got the habit to leave clay masks for too long and the removal becomes too painful and my skin becomes red after all. I left this mask for over 22 minutes (I told you I was bad with respecting times) and at no point it was flakey rock hard like a normal mud mask. Maybe I got confused, maybe it's mud masks that turn rock hard solid if you leave them too long and clay masks are ok? I don't know. I was delighted to find out that my white chocolate mousse mask was surprisingly easy to remove, despite leaving it for too long. It was a bit dusty as would be expected but still surprisingly soft at the touch when I removed it.
I was even more impressed by the scent. Don't be mislaid by the title and expect a sickly 'white chocolate mousse' scent. They should have never called it 'white chocolate mousse'. This smells of cocoa and vanilla and it makes the whole weekly face mask routine such a pleasure.
Despite initial unpleasant hot sensation which lasted a few minutes on my skin, this mask felt absolutely divine on and I would totally recommend it if you wanted to give a skin a little pamper session and moisturising your skin. It left my skin soft, plumped and i can't wait to buy it again. if you want to slip this into my secret santa sock, I'd think you'd have very good taste
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