9 July 2013

REN Invisible Pores Detox Mask.

REN skincare, REN mask, REN Invisible Pores Detox Mask, skincare, beauty

REN skincare, REN mask, REN Invisible Pores Detox Mask, skincare, beauty

So I accumulated quite a few samples from REN and I thought it's about time to post about some of my favourite products, starting with this Invisible Pores Detox Mask. I usually have a pamper night on Sundays and Wednesdays, when I really get to scrubbing and layering on the masks. REN has been a favourite of mine for quite a while now, I was wondering about the products for ages because of how much other bloggers rave about them, so the team at REN were very kind to send me a couple of samples of some of their bestsellers.

REN isn't the cheapest brand, but I personally don't mind spending a bit if the product is as good as it promises, and I found with REN the products never disappoint. This mask is definitely a different experience as it kind of flakes off your face when it's time to remove it which makes an interesting concept!

I start with thoroughly cleansing my face, then pat it dry and apply the REN Invisible Pores Detox Mask. I prefer a thicker layer, as I find it's more effective and easier to remove. Then depending on how thick of a layer you have applied, wait until it is fully dry and simply rub your skin to remove the mask. Finish by rinsing off with warm water, toner and your favourite moisturiser.

This product makes my skin really smooth, bright and tightens pores and my makeup looks great the next day as the skin is so easy to apply to! For me it's worth the £18, and it lasts for such a long time! Overall the REN Invisible Pores Detox Mask is a winner, alongside the REN Glycolactic Skin Renewal Peel Mask (review here), and I can easily give these products 10/10.


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2 comments

  1. I love collecting masks and looking forward to trying this one

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  2. If this worked I'm buying - need something for my pores! xx

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