Soap & Glory Face Masks: Review

Another day, another face mask to use! A while ago, I posted about trying out these face masks and now its finally time to review them!

I bought the Soap & Glory face masks from boots while they were 1/3 off and I couldn't have been happier with my purchase.

Soap & Glory Face Mask Collection



Soap & Glory Bright and Beautiful Radiance Boosting Mask:


This was my favourite mask out of them all! It is a vitamin C enriched face mask used to brighten dull skin. I usually use the Tony Moly Lemon Brightening mask which is my go-to brightening sheet mask. However, this one was just as brightening and felt a lot more moisturising than the tony moly one! I have since repurchased this mask and I must say that it seems to be replacing my Tony Moly one. A must have if you want brighter and beautiful skin, 5/5.

Soap & Glory What a Peeling! De-clog Mask:

There are two pods when you purchase this mask, one pod= one face mask. It is a bright pink thick consistency which dries down completely within around 20 minutes and removes dirt as impurities as you peel it off. This mask also contains vitamin C which is an amazing ingredient for the skin, along with oil-absorbing smoothers. It definitely felt like it peeled all the impurities out of my face, along with maybe peeling my face off. It didn't hurt but you definitely had to tug, but I loved the results and would definitely say it was worth it, 4/5.

Soap & Glory Speed Plump Miracle Moisture Mask:

This mask is designed for people with dry or dehydrated skin and contains hyaluronic acid which is an amazing ingredient that helps your skin retain moisture. I really did enjoy this mask, it was super moisturising but it wasn't as beneficial to my skin as it's not super dry. Although it gave me a nice glow, it didn't do anything special that my normal moisturiser cream couldn't do, 3/5.

Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Pore-Refining Sheet Mask:

This was my least favourite masks of them all. This sheet mask is designed for those with combination/oily skin (which I do have) and is meant to draw out impurities from the skin leaving it feeling refreshed. It contains willow bark, lavender, lemon balm, eucalyptus and tea tree to help oily skin prone to breakouts. My skin definitely didn't feel removed of all its purities, I'll definitely stick to me L'Oreal charcoal mask for that. However, my skin felt refreshed and soothed. The mask definitely calmed my skin, especially the areas around my breakouts and was brightened. I didn't feel like the mask did what it claimed to but it still felt very beneficial to my skin, 2/5.

Have you tried any of the Soap & Glory face masks? What are your thoughts? What other face masks do you enjoy?

Let me know!

Sophie x

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