I have tried quite a lot of Arran Aromatics products over the years, but back in 2016 the brand rebranded to Arran Sense of Scotland, and I’d not tried any of their products since their whole rebrand. The Arran Sense Of Scotland Bergamot & Mint Sea Mud Mask is part of the Arran Sense of Scotland skincare range, but the brand also offers fragrance, home fragrance and a lot more.
Arran Sense Of Scotland Bergamot & Mint Sea Mud Mask
The Arran Sense Of Scotland Bergamot & Mint Sea Mud Mask is priced at £13, and you get 60ml of product in a matte, translucent plastic tube with a flip top lid. When it comes to mud masks, tubes are so much easier to use as you can just squeeze the product out without having to worry about unscrewing lids or scooping out of jars.
Described as containing natural kaolin clay to help draw out any impurities in the skin, whilst also helping to replace any lost minerals. Essential oils of bergamot and mint work to tone and revitalise the skin, whilst protecting against oiliness to leave the skin, clean and condition.
The directions are nice and simple, in that you just apply a light layer to the face and leave for a few minutes to allow it to set, and then rinse off with a sponge or hot cloth. I don’t know about you, but I find mud masks to be so satisfying as they dry, as you can really ‘feel’ it working. Some mud masks dry solid and you can’t make any facial expressions, but the Arran Sense Of Scotland Bergamot & Mint Sea Mud Mask is a lot more gentle in comparison.
I love the fresh and invigorating scent of the Arran Sense Of Scotland Bergamot & Mint Sea Mud Mask, and as the mud ask is so clarifying, it feels so refreshing and leaves the skin feeling nice and clarified. Some mud masks can be a little drying, but I found the mask to be comfortable to use, and left my skin so soft and smooth, and is perfect as a once a week detox mask.
You can find the Arran Sense Of Scotland Bergamot & Mint Sea Mud Mask right here.
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