What do you think of my new photo background? I’m really loving it! It just makes products pop. Today i thought i would talk about a mask by Emma Hardie i have been using for a while now. Masks are something i tend to forget about because its just not something i think about very often so when i do use a mask its a very pampering luxury time!
Emma Hardie is a brand that i absolutely adore, its one of those rare brands where every product ive used i have loved and to be honest that doesn’t happen very often!
Emma Hardie describes Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask as an instant skin drench for stressed, tired skin which i feel is really true as its something i would reach for when i feel like my skin looks dull and meh. Moringa Renewal Treatment mask itself is a thick intense hydrating face mask which helps improve skin hydration, radiance, firmness and also helps to smooth out deep wrinkles (This usually works by pumping the skin full of hydration to plump up the skin).
This mask also contains Hyaluronic Acid which not only helps to firm but condition and moisturise the skin, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil which you will be familiar with if you use the cleansing balm, this is used to leave the skin feeling more vibrant, plump and radiant. This mask also contains Red Algae which helps to reduce the appearance of pigmentation spots and leaves the skin more luminous. Finally there is an Amino acid derivative contained in the mask which helps to brightens the skin and improve clarity over time by evening out the complexion.
What i love most about this mask is that its packed full of brightening, hydrating ingredients, i often find the idea of some masks pointless because they are a quick fix and dont really do much aside from hydrating the skin while the Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask actually gives you results in the sense of hydrating, brightening and evening out skin tone over a period of use! Dont get me wrong im all for masks that have a purpose like this one.
I always find that masks tend to work really well when you use them after cleansing as it gives the mask the best chance to work whilst on clean skin. I feel like this is one of the few masks that i have used that actually removes really well, it contains few emollients/emulsifiers: Octyldodecanol, a long-chain fatty alcohol Cetearyl Alcohol another fatty alcohol and Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil.
This is probably one of my favourite things about the mask the fact it removes so easily
If you are interested in trying out the Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask (£49*) you can find it online at emmahardie.com or in Marks & Spencers Beauty Hall