It's simple to use: you apply an even, thick layer of the mask and leave on for around 10 minutes before washing off. After 10 minutes I’d found that most of the mask had actually already been absorbed, my face left feeling super soft and really nourished. As well as being perfect for dry or dehydrated skin, this would also be a great mask if you've been out in the sun too long thanks to Aloe Vera's cooling properties. What I love about Apivita is that the masks come in both full-size tubes and single use sachets, so you can dabble with lots of masks without shelling out a fortune for something you won't necessarily use again. They also list the percentage of naturally sourced ingredients on the packaging, and a full ingredients list, so you can really see what you’re putting on your face.
The masks cost £3 for a set of 2x8ml applications or approximately £9 for a 40ml tube. You can find them within Marks and Spencer or at www.apivita.com
Written by Kat Clarke