Monday, 3 June 2013


Prior to trying out the Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask, I hadn't tried any REN products. I'd always seen and heard great things about a number of their products but as I had a skincare routine  that I was pretty pleased with, never branched out. In recent weeks, however, my skin has been looking really dull. I put this down to a month's worth of exams but I digress.
Basically, with this mask, you apply it to your face, leave it for ten minutes the wipe it off with a damp cloth (which is provided) and then you just give your face a quick rinse.
The first time I applied this mask, I was a bit confused. I was expecting it to dry over the ten minutes it was applied but it didn't and as it is described as a 'peel' mask, you'd forgive me for expecting it to peel off at the end of this time so when neither of these two things happened, I was a bit sceptical of seeing results but I really needn't have been because from the minute it was washed off, I could see a difference in my skin, and after using it again the difference is crazy.
My skin looks brighter, clearer and just overall more healthy. My skintone looks a lot more even and any redness left by blemishes seems to disappear.
The mask itself feels quite sticky and smells like a mixture of honey, orange and plastic- if that makes sense? It's quite pleasant and I actually enjoy having it on my face.
I will definitely be buying this for myself once it runs out as I don't know how I managed without it before, it just lifts my face somehow and as I will most probably be donning a bare face more often over the summer months, radiant skin is something which is really important to me. I'm also really keen to try the Invisible Pores Detox Mask so I will be sure to let you know how that goes. Have you tried any of REN's masks? Which is your favourite?


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