Anyway, the mask applies easily and dries in around 15 mins, depending how thick you spread it. It washes off fairly easily, although as per usual with a mud mask this can be a little messy. After rinsing, my skin felt really deeply clean but also soft rather than the usual tightness that I tend to have after a face mask and today my skin still feels lovely and clean. I have another sachet of this that I plan to take away with me for a bit of a holiday pampering session.
A while ago I tested the Anatomicals Hair Mask and REALLY loved it- it smelt divine and left my hair the softest it has been since I started abusing it with heat and products… I am pleased to find that the face mask is very much the equivalent in quality as the hair mask. The thick, gloopy, mud-mask actually smells quite nice, which is a pretty rare quality for a mud-mask in my opinion. The sachet contains a decent amount of product, enough to probably do two faces-worth of mask action. In fact, I did one on Friday (full face) and then another (T-zone) on Saturday- yep, this is how eventful my weekend has been.
You can get of these skin-pampering lovelies from the Anatomicals website for £5 http://www.anatomicals.net/