Sunday, 26 October 2014

Monu Moisture Rich Hydrating Mask


At this time of year I'm in need of skincare products that soothe and hydrate my skin. The cold air can be harsh and dry out the skin so I've really been enjoying using the Monu Moisture Rich Hydrating Mask* to pamper my skin and restore it to full health.

The Monu Moisture Rich Hydrating Mask* contains lots of fabulous ingredients to improve the skin. There is Royal Jelly; a rich source of vitamins, fatty acids and amino acids, Evening Primrose and Apricot Kernal Oils to help maintain suppleness and elasticity along with Kaolin Clay to deep cleanse and stimulate.

The mask has a thick lotion texture that has a very soothing, slightly herbal scent to it. You apply a thin layer of the mask to cleansed skin and leave for around 10 to 15 minutes before rinsing with warm water. I love that this mask feels very comfortable on the skin. It does not set and leave the skin feeling tight at all, despite the inclusion of clay.



I would describe this product as a comforting winter blanket for the skin as it adds a massive dose of moisture that lasts and I feel like it protects the skin from the elements. I think this is a great treat to use at nighttime and even without applying a moisturiser afterwards, my skin is still super soft in the morning. For an extra treat, I like to apply the Monu Soothing Touch Recovery Balm after using this and my skin feels even more amazing.

The Monu Moisture Rich Hydrating Mask is available from the Monu website here for £28.95. 


Have you been adding more hydrating products to your skincare routine this season?
Let me know which products you've been using.
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  1. I know that feeling, my skin definitely feels a little more sensitive and is changing with this cold weather. I'm having to up the hydrating, mainly with extra oils and serums. This mask sounds good, I'm so attached to my Origins drink up, it would be nice to try something different. KBxx
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