Thursday, 9 April 2015

My top three budget friendly masks for clear, radiant skin

I've been using face masks for years and I think they are a great way to improve the appearance of your skin as they contain more active ingredients with higher percentage of them than your average face cream.
There are hundreds of face masks on the market, many pretty impressive but also coming with an alarming price tag that not all of us can afford. So I decided to share with you mine three favourite affordable masks which I've been using for a long time and can highly recommend.
My skin is mainly combination/oily with many imperfections like clogged, large pores, bumps and some hyperpigmentation and these masks help to keep my skin clear, softer and more radiant.

Budget masks for oily skin

Botanics Ionic Clay Mask Shine Away, 100g, £6.99 currently £ 4.66

Botanics Ionic Clay Mask Shine Away

If you're skin is on the oily side, prone to blackheads and pimples this mask will be excellent to remove impurities from your pores, keep them looking smaller and leaves your skin smoother and clearer.
It's your classic clay mask that gets harder on the skin absorbing excess oil and drawing out dirt and dead cells from the pores. It also helps soothing and clearing out breakouts. It's easy to remove with wet flannel/face cloth and it doesn't dry up the skin.
In the last few weeks I've been using some other clay mask including the well known Origins Clear Improvement and I don't see them being so much better than the Botanics offering. I think, for the price, everyone needs this mask in their bathroom cabinet.
 
Good Things Manuka Honey Radiance Face Mask, 100ml, £5.99 currently £3.99

Good Things Manuka Honey Radiance Fcae Mask

This is another clay mask that helps to draw out impurities but it also contains papaya extract which gently exfoliate the skin leaving it bright and soft. The addition of Manuka Honey and Beeswax deeply nourish and hydrate the skin. I love this mask, especially at this time of the year when my skin is certainly dehydrated and any kind of extra hydration is much appreciated.
After using this mask my skin is left super smooth and visibly brighter and radiant. Another bargain mask that everyone should try, especially that Good Things is a brand which doesn't use any nasties in their products.
PS. it says on the packaging that the mask shouldn't be used by people allergic to bee and wasp stings so it's better to do a patch test before using it on your face if you have any doubts about your allergies.
 

NSPA Skin Reneval Gel

nspa is a brand that is not very well known unless you do your grocery shopping in Asda and you came across their products which they stock only there. I've tried a few things from them and I think it's a highly underrated brand as there are some real gems, like the Skin Renewal exfoliator.
This gel-like mask need to be massaged into the skin, left for a couple of minutes and then massaged again till it turns into oil when is time to remove the product from the skin. The mask contains fruit acids which gently exfoliate the skin leaving it super soft and radiant. The addition of Essential Oil of Neroli hydrate and nourish skin which makes it perfect for any skin type, even the driest.
This exfoliating mask is super gentle but effective and leaves my skin smooth, nourished and much brighter.
Next time you do your weekly shopping, check the skincare aisle for the nspa products :)
 
Have you tried any of these face masks? Which budget friendly masks can you recommend? Let me know in the comments :)
 
Dagmara
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24 comments

  1. I haven't tried any of those ones but the Nspa one sounds lovely. Will have to pick that up next time I am in ASDA. I am currently using the Sanctuary Clay one as my go too :)

    Pams Stuff and Things

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  2. These sound like some lovely masks, I have heard great things about the Boots Botanics one and the Good Things one looks lovely. I will have to pick them up on my next Boots trip :D

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  3. Good Things mask sounds like something that I would truly appreciate, I'll check if they are available here too.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  4. This was a great post as I've just been getting into facemasks lately. I'm using an Una Brennan one and a Nuxe one atm which I'm loving, but I'm always open to trying more, so I think the nSpa one might be my next purchase.
    Rebecca | <a href="http://www.thetwotwentysomethings.blogspot.co.uk>The Two Twenty Somethings</a>
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  5. I love a facemask but don't use them nearly enough. All these sound great, so I might give one of them a go soon! x
    Kate Louise Blogs

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  6. You should try some of them, they're so cheap that you will not regretting buying it even if you use it once a month :) x

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  7. Thanks Rebecca! Let me know if you try the nspa mask and if you like it :) x

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  8. Oh I hope they are available in Canada, as this one is truly great :) x

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  9. You really should try them, they're great and so affordable!

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  10. I've not tried the Sanctuary one but I have other clay masks on the go now so need to finish at least one of them first before trying that one :)

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  11. I bought the Good Things Manuka Honey cleanser and facial scrub recently and now I'm really regretting not getting the face mask as well. I love the smell of them so much, I definitely want to buy the face mask after reading this haha


    Tara Eavan x

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  12. I have the nspa one which I think is really good - I use it to remove my makeup at the end of the day. I really want to try the Botanics clay mask - sounds like a great value for money mask! :) x

    Brenda BusyBee | Makeup Revolution Highlighting Palettes Giveaway

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  13. I really like the Good Things Manuka Honey mask :) (and the exfoliator from the range!) the Boots Botanics one sounds exactly what I need so thank you for the recommendation as I'd never have thought to check out that range xx

    Magpie Jasmine | Zoeva Brush Set Giveaway

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  14. Great post! Need to give these a go x

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  15. If you love already their scrub and cleanser I'm sure you'll love the mask as well :) x

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  16. I never tried to use it as a actual cleanser, I will try it that way :) x

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  17. The Botanics range has some fantastic products, the mask is really great! x

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  18. Let me know if you try any of these :) x

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  19. That botanic looks great, though I don't have oily skin. However, I tried their day cream range and it broke my skin out :((

    Angie x | Chocolate & Lipstick || UK Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

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  20. I've tried a few things from the Botanics range and they were ok but this mask is really great :) x

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  21. Love the sound of Good Things Manuka Honey Mask and it's so affordable (even at full price)! I must buy it next time I'm in Boots. Thanks for the recommendation. :) x

    Renata | Speaking Beauty UK

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  22. I bought the mask and I really like it so far! x

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  23. You're welcome :) It's a great mask and for the price absolutely worth trying :) x

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