Lush | Catastrophe Cosmetic Face Mask Review ♥

These winter/autumn masks are really good to my skin, which is a surprise because I suffer from really dry skin. Saying that though, it does have a tendency to break out loads. In a recent trip to Lush, I asked the lovely assistant which mask she would recommend for skin that breaks out ect and she said  'Catastrophe Cosmetic' which is deep cleansing mask.

Catastrophe Cosmetic Face MaskCatastrophe Cosmetic Face Mask
Here is what Lush say; "here to lend you a bit of perspective, to tell you to calm down, it’s not the end of the world and it’s nothing that can't be sorted. Basically, this is your best mate in a pot."

Catastrophe Cosmetic Face MaskCatastrophe Cosmetic Face Mask

This little tub has been my number one skin saviour these past few weeks, due to the fresh blueberries that it contains you have to keep it in the fridge and there is a certain date to finish it up. I seem to have got more use out of the mask then it says on the pot which is 4. The texture is very weird, as it isn't soft and smooth but not rough and gritty. I apply this all over my face every week for 10 minutes; until it is dried up and use a hot wash cloth to wipe it all away. 
I don't instantly see a difference, but after a good few hours my skin feels and looks amazing. It is so much softer, brighter and has calmed down loads. 
If you are like me and suffer from sensitive skin that is dry and sometimes oily, then this mask is for you! This is also my first time trying a Lush face mask and it won't be the last time either.
5/5 for this! 



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