Beauty Hot Product: Rodial Bubble Face Mask | sheerluxe.com
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When it comes to results-driven skincare, Rodial is always up there on our list. So when the beauty brand unveiled its newest sheet mask, we had to try it. Claiming to brighten, tighten and revive even the most lacklustre of complexions, we put the Bubble Mask to the test…

What is it?

Sheet masks may be a beauty editor favourite, but not all were created equal. Case in point – Rodial’s hot-off-the-press Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble Mask, a potent blend of charcoal, collagen, hyaluronic acid and oxygen bubbles to purify, soothe and plump up the skin. The mask is part of Rodial’s Snake range, which focuses on anti-ageing.

Why is it called a bubble mask?

When the formula comes into contact with air, it forms oxygen bubbles which help to remove dirt, dead skin cells and excess oil. And while the bubbles appear to foam on the outside of the mask, rest assured they’re getting to work skin-side, too.

Does it really work?

Coming from a skincare junkie of a beauty editor, this was one of the best sheet masks we’ve tried for a while. We used it on a Monday evening after an indulgent weekend and were seriously impressed at its tightening, brightening powers. Unlike other sheet masks, which slide around the face and rarely fit properly, this stayed put, so much so that we could wear it while walking around the house, making it ideal for impatient beauty buffs who struggle to sit still.

When to use it?

The instant brightening effect of the mask makes it a perfect pre-party fix.

What’s the damage?

Individual sachets are priced at £6, while a box of eight costs £48.

Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble Mask, £48

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