MAJOR MASK: Lush Fresh Face Mask in Brazened Honey

Lush Fresh Face Mask in Brazened Honey

Lush Fresh Face Mask in Brazened Honey

Lets just get this out of the way first: yes, Lush’s Brazened Honey mask looks like a wholegrain mustard dip. No, you can’t eat it. Don’t even try, buster.
Rather than being something to slather on a cracker, this mask is a refreshing cocktail of warming herbs like rosemary, sage, coriander and parsley; fresh ingredients like lime, fennel and honey, and finished with ginger and almonds. Designed for all skin types that need a bit of a kickstart, it’s half mask, half exfoliant, and all delicious.

Brazened Honey is laughably easy to use: get it out of the fridge (you gotta keep your Lush fresh masks in the fridge, trust me – I accidentally left one in my bathroom for a week and it was not pretty), paint your pretty face in greenish yellowish masky goodness, and wait ten or fifteen minutes for it to set. To remove it just wet your hands and gently massage it away. The coarsely ground almond gives a very gentle exfoliation without being scratchy, leaving me with a buffed visage worthy of a skincare commercial.

Lush Fresh Face Mask in Brazened Honey

Lush Fresh Face Mask in Brazened Honey

Best for: all skin types, fans of Lush’s Angels on Bare Skin, ingredient queens.

Who: Lush
What: Brazened Honey
How Much: starting at AU$15.95
When: available now
Where: Lush stores and Lush.com.au

This item was purchased by swatchgirl.com.

There are 3 comments

  1. Rachel

    Lush products always smell so tempting! How long does one tub of this last (and how often do you tend to use it)? I’m a bit put off by the effort of fridge storage, but if I’ll get good use out of it, well Lush, here I come!

    1. swatchgirl

      It lasts a surprisingly long time, tbh! I keep it on the top shelf of the fridge right by the cooling vents and it seems to last a good month or so.

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