I love a face mask. It's not just the benefit it can bring to your skin, or the pick-me-up to your emotions, but the whole experience of wacking it on and attempting to scare the postman. Those faffy sachets though can make the whole experience a bit more messy - trying to rip off the top, squeezing out the product and ending up with more mask on the packaging than on your face. The sachets can also get a little annoying to store, so the people at Mudd have come up with a genius invention - sachets that contain up to ten applications in one packet! The little flip top lid makes for a much easier and enjoyable product experience as you can squeeze out as much as you need, storing away the remaining mask for another time.
The flip lids protect the moisture of the masks so they don't dry out, while giving you the perfect amount to minimise wastage. By squeezing out directly into the palm of your hand, rather than trying to rip a hole in the side and ending up with a blob on the ceiling, you can make the whole process clean and simple! The masks themselves are quite rich, with the deep cleansing and hydrating formulas working well to target blemishes and rejuvinate skin. The peel-off mask isn't great in my opinion as it doesn't really do much, but the other two are well worth a look. Considering the one-application 'trial pack' costs 99p, the bigger sizes are somewhat a bargain - the five-application pack is £2.99 and ten-application pack £4.99, which is up to a 50% saving. Brilliant!
Available in Boots and online priced 99p, £2.99 and £4.99