Summer is around the corner and our social media assistant, Zeina, wants her skin to reflect the weather, so here she tries out Sisley’s Radiant Glow Express Mask with Red Clay Intensive Formula
The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and I am constantly craving ice cream, which means one thing: it’s summer! As such, I can no longer use the battering winds as an excuse as to why my face looks like I am playing the lesser known, and more hideous, third Ugly Sister in Cinderella.
I have been using Sisley’s Radiant Glow Express Mask with Red Clay Intensive Formula for a week, and it has been living up to the hype. The red clay in the mask is high in iron oxide, and revitalises the skin leaving my face so soft that I have to restrain myself from touching it all day.
The application of the mask is comparable to rubbing velvet on your face. Not the tickly sort of velour found on certain tracksuit bottoms, but the richest and softest velvet, the sort of velvet that the Queen herself would use to work out. It’s creamy and gentle, and it doesn’t leave your face feeling tight unlike with some face masks. Sometimes masks harden quicker than the fast-setting concrete that villains lay out in cartoons, but Sisley just becomes matte as it dries, leaving my face flexible to laugh at said cartoons.
This is the perfect product for the morning. It wakes your skin up even if the rest of you remains in a vegetative state, and either hides your eye bags completely, or actually gets rid of them – regardless of which one it is, something has happened so I am no longer carrying luggage around under my eyes. As it is an express mask it doesn’t infringe too much on a perfectly timed routine; in five minutes you are transformed from Medusa to Marilyn, and can smile with confidence that your face is more radiant and glowing than at least 99% of the people you’ll meet along the way in to work.
Essentially after using the mask my skin is akin to the weather – bright, fresh, and ready to welcome humidity with open arms.
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