This mask was all of the pleasures! It’s enzymatic and physical in its exfoliating abilities but I cannot figure out from the ingredient listing what the ‘grit’ is. This is not a shy exfoliator so I would immediately say if you have very sensitive skin, it’s not right for you. It’s a blend of honey, sugar and pomegranate (as top line) so it’s a little bit gunky on application (tuck your hair completely away – honey in hair is not good) but it left a significant softness and smoothness to my skin.
Because it’s enzymatic, you actually need never get involved with the physical exfoliators by simply removing the mask without rubbing the product using a quick sweep with a damp flannel. It smells like a summer smile, as well – all orange and fruity and I loved this aspect of it.
So, it definitely lived up to expectations and I would use it again in a heartbeat. Ole Henriksen Truth Sugar Glow Polishing Mask doesn’t officially launch til April, so this link might be pre-order. Either way, it’s a good one to have for that silky feel and a bit more of a skin glow. It’s £32.30 HERE.
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