Rossi Uvema Face Masks

I strongly believe that face masks are one of the good things in life. They make you feel pampered ad chilled with very little effort, so I was looking forward to having my friend over to test out the clay masks I received from Rossi Uvema.

As I had both the Intense Rejuvenation Rose & Pink Clay Face Mask and the Intense Cleanse Moisturise & Tone Rhassoul Clay Face Mask, we decided to try out a mask each so we could compare. I tried the Rose and Pink Clay Mask, while my friend tried out the Rhassoul Clay Mask. We found that both of the masks had strong fragrances, with the Rose mask having a stronger scent - it wasn't unpleasant at all, just quite overpowering until we got used to it.

Texture wise, the Rose mask had a much more creamy paste texture compared to the grainy texture of the Rhassoul mask,.They both left our skin feeling soft and refreshed and we both loved them, so it just depends on what texture you prefer really. 

The masks are £15.25 each for a 70gm pot, which we didn't think was too bad. You get a lot of product for your money and they really did make our skin feel very nice. Neither mask caused either of us any skin problems and the only real downside I can see is the very strong fragrance, but we both agreed that this wouldn't put us off using them again. 
Disclaimer: products featured in this post were sent to me by brands in return for honest reviews but the opinions are entirely my own.


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