Lush Love Lettuce Fresh Face Mask Review

I am a face mask addict and I want to try the entire Lush line. Today I tested out a Love Lettuce which is a fresh mask. You can only buy fresh masks in a Lush store. Here’s a great article from the Lush blog about Fresh face masks: How to choose your Fresh Face Mask.

This is a sample of Love Lettuce that I was given for free at Lush. Lush is extremely generous with giving samples out, just ask at the store. They will give you a small pot which will last you for 2-3 uses.

What I love about Lush Love Lettuce

I am 46-years-old with combination skin that tends to be more on the oily side, I also have large pores. Love Lettuce gives me a nice rough scrub to tackle my pores using ground almonds but it also has some soothing elements like French lavender oil with seaweed and honey.

I removed the mask with a warm wash cloth after 5 minutes and was left with noticeably smoother skin. I swear it was glowing!

The only con for me was the smell which is a bit on the earthy side. Oddly I didn’t notice the smell until after I applied the mask. It smells great in the tub. My guess is that the earthy smell comes out as it dries.

So a big “Yes” for Love Lettuce. My face feels so FRESH! Get it…Fresh. OK, that was lame.

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About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 47-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing.
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