Lush Cupcake Face Mask

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Lush Cupcake face mask was £5.75 for a pot of 75g - which I though was quite pricey as I am used to slapping on face mask really thick. The sales assistant also said that I could get 4-6 face masks out of this pot, and by the looks of the first attempt - I think she might be right.  I tried a Lush face mask a couple of years back (it was the garlic one) and I choose that specific one because it was meant to be good for blemishes from what a read on the pot. 

The lady who served me in the Bromley branch was probably one of the most helpful sale assistants that I have come across in a while, she was tip top on her product knowledge. She recommended this cupcake mask for me even though I was put off by the fact that on the pot it says it is for oily and teenage skin - neither of which is applicable for myself though I do have occasional break outs :(. 

It smells like chocolate and contains cocoa butter and powder, linseed, peppermint oil, spearmint oil and sandalwood oil. It is rough texture to apply and my face looks like I've fallen over into some shit but if you can get part that then this product is great. Actually I think great is an understatement. My skin has never felt as good as it has since I used the masks - the only downside is that a blemish has come out on my chin but I think the mask brought it out. Other than that my skin feels clean and soft with a radiant glow. Big love for this product.

Has anyone else tried Lush face masks?


  1. I've seen quite a few reviews on these, I might have to go get one, thanks that was such a helpful review too :)

  2. Loving it! I've been thinking about doing the whole facial mask too, but just never really know what's good and what's not. I'm new at this blogging thing so come check mine out and hopefully you'll follow me as well!

    1. Just test the water and if people like it then you'll know :)