Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask | Beauty Review

Hello again,

After seeing this Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask all over social media in the past few weeks, I decided it was probably worth investing £1 to buy it. I’m going to be honest, the fact that it was just £1 did put me off a bit. A lot of the time with products like this, a cheaper price means cheaper quality. I’m so happy that this isn’t the case with this face mask.

As you can see from the photo, the mask makes me look a little like Hannibal Lecter. After I got past how scary it looked, I began to love the mask.

One thing that did surprise me was how wet the mask when when I took it out of the package. From the name I assumed it’d be damp at best. However, when I picked the mask up it was literally dripping everyone. When I peeled it off onto my family it didn’t drip all over me which was nice.

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When I first put it on my face it was really cold. Not in an uncomfortable way, but in a soothing kind of way. Also, it was really easy to get used to having it on your face. I thought that it was going to be uncomfortable because it was so wet.

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It’s been about a week since I used this and I’m still waking up with fresh, hydrated skin. My face is naturally really dry so I’m going to assume that this face mask has made a dramatic different to my skin.

For £1, I’m definitely going to try and make this a regular appearance in my Sunday routine because the long term benefits are definitely worth it. Although I take care of my skin all year round, I have to be a lot more careful when the crisp autumnal air makes its annual appearance.

As always, thanks for reading!

Let me know if you have any winter skincare recommendations…

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Bye for now,

Courteney x

9 thoughts on “Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask | Beauty Review

  1. I think this is a great review. I’m always looking for products to add to my skincare routine. I want to take care of it now that I am getting older.

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