Lush Cosmetic Warrior Face Mask Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Newest Review: ... - moisturising Now the Eggs and Garlic ingredients sounded too weird and wonderful first of all but Lush explains how their ... more
Customer Lush Cosmetic Warrior Face Mask Reviews (14)
by - written on 20/02/12, updated on 23/02/12 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I am a relative newcomer to the world of Lush, but I have been trying the products as my sensitive skin seemed to be getting worse the more and more beauty products I tried, a friend suggested trying Lush as they are made of natural ingredients that has helped her troubled skin. The Lush Cosmetic Warrior claimed to soothe spot prone skin so I thought I would give it a try as I had been given a free sample. Lush state that while it is "easy to over react when you have spots or acne and attack the face with harsh products. But this sort of skin needs gentle handling". Which is exactly what I had been doing so this 'gentle handling' sounded just the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
I regularly shop at Lush, as generally I have found their products work well on my sensitive skin. I was feeling very tired, run down, and was getting very stressed at work. This very much showed in my skin, which was looking horrendously spotty and clogged up. I was hoping Lush would have some products that could target my spots without drying out my cheeks or irritating my sensitive skin. The assistant recommended Cosmetic Warrior, which is a Fresh Face Mask. The look on my face when she proudly informed me it contained raw garlic and free range eggs must have been priceless! As much as I hate being spotty, I don't particularly want my face to stink of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 169 readings)
I have oily skin that's prone to clogged pores and although I usually use cupcake to combat it, last time I was in Lush one of the helpful staff suggested I give this a try. Cosmetic Warrior comes in a black screw topped pot containing enough product for about 5 applications and costs £6.45 online (it's a little cheaper in the store though). Since it's made with fresh products including grapes and free range eggs and contains no preservatives it needs to be kept in the fridge and used within 3 weeks. Once it's used up, wash the tub and save it as you can trade 5 in at any of the stores for a free face mask. The mask is a thick off white paste and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
A brief description of Lush fresh face masks (FFM). They have been very carefully formulated to have no preservatives in and no artificial ingredients at all. Because of this you are recommended to keep them in the fridge, like food. They also have a pretty short use by date. (Two weeks.) However, I've kept mine out of the fridge and long past the use by date and it was fine. Probably wasn't as effective as it could have been, but that's not Lush's fault. Bottom line, if it looks and smells alright, it's fine. If you want to preserve yours to use say, every month you can just pop it in the freezer. Lush say you'll get a couple of uses out of each pot, but even plastering Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 218 readings)
If you have read any of my previous reviews then you will have realised how much of a fan I am of all things from the shop Lush. When I last visited my local shop on the look out for a birthday gift for a friend and to grab some more of my ocean Salt Scrub I was very kindly given a pot of the Cosmetic Warrior Fresh Face mask to try. (I think it had something to do with the amount I had spent in the shop!) I had always looked at the fresh face masks before but for some reason had never brought one so the little sample pot that I had been given was a great way for me to give them a go. Lush offer a number of fresh face masks, all coming in the ... Read the complete review
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