Superdrug Fruit Sorbet Peel Off Face Mask 49p or 3 for 98p delivered for members
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Superdrug Fruit Sorbet Peel Off Face Mask 49p or 3 for 98p delivered for members

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Found 26th Apr 2017
Fancy getting rid of your blackheads?
Then go to Superdrug for a Fruit Sorbet Peel Off Face Mask.
They're 49p each, but 3 for 2, so you'll get your 3 for 98p delivered if you have signed up (free to join).
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Just a personal opinion, but I think the peel off masks don't do terribly much - nor are they effective for blackheads.

If you really want to blast those blackheads, do the Oil Cleansing Method* (massage a mixture of Castor Oil and any moisturising oil into your skin for a minute or two, till it feels "gritty" - then rinse off with a steaming hot cloth).

Use a good pore-cleansing mask, such as a Mudd Mask (Poundland is selling 3 x application pouches of them at the moment). I guarantee your skin will start to look better if you do this, say, twice a week.

*You can do it really cheaply - I use the Bio Oil Poundland knockoff as moisturising oil, and cut up microfibre cloths (usually Tesco Everyday Value). You can buy Castor Oil from most Chemists.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Apr 2017
louiselouise

Just a personal opinion, but I think the peel off masks don't do terribly … Just a personal opinion, but I think the peel off masks don't do terribly much - nor are they effective for blackheads.If you really want to blast those blackheads, do the Oil Cleansing Method* (massage a mixture of Castor Oil and any moisturising oil into your skin for a minute or two, till it feels "gritty" - then rinse off with a steaming hot cloth).Use a good pore-cleansing mask, such as a Mudd Mask (Poundland is selling 3 x application pouches of them at the moment). I guarantee your skin will start to look better if you do this, say, twice a week.*You can do it really cheaply - I use the Bio Oil Poundland knockoff as moisturising oil, and cut up microfibre cloths (usually Tesco Everyday Value). You can buy Castor Oil from most Chemists.


I think the black ones are the only ones that work.. tried just about every of these Superdrug ones. Doesn't rubbing the oil in your face make spots/blackheads worse? That mudd mask makes my face burn really bad (I used the sensitive one too) but I've found clearasil mud mask/wash (can be used for both) is working great with no burn
Edited by: "LeahsMintytoutou" 27th Apr 2017
LeahMinttoutou

I think the black ones are the only ones that work.. tried just about … I think the black ones are the only ones that work.. tried just about every of these Superdrug ones. Doesn't rubbing the oil in your face make spots/blackheads worse? That mudd mask makes my face burn really bad (I used the sensitive one too) but I've found clearasil mud mask/wash (can be used for both) is working great with no burn

I think if your skin is particularly acne-prone, it might not help but I've been doing OCM for years.
This article talks about it more in-depth: crunchybetty.com/oil…od/

Mudd used to make a Sensitive version (dug out a few older tubes of it from the back of a cupboard recently - though I bought the updated Poundland version and put it away - thought Mudd Masks were a thing of the past). Can see pictures of Mudd Mask Sensitive on Goggle in updated branding/packaging, so it must still be on sale. Maybe a new formula as it's a different colour now!
http://www.grooming-health.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/105-198-mudd-sensitive-face-mask.jpg

Edit: And actually, those Poundland Mudd Mask pouches are five applications - can see me burbling about it here hotukdeals.com/dea…874

Another Edit: I see you've mentioned the Sensitive one!! D'oh! Hard for me to recommend another, suppose it would just need to be trial and error, sorry. I find the clay masks are the best.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 27th Apr 2017
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