Wednesday, 19 September 2018

Finally Trying Peter Thomas Roth

peter thomas roth mask set

I've wanted to try some of Peter Thomas Roth's products for some time now but it can be a bit of a gamble with your money when you buy a full size of a new skincare product only for it not to work for you or your skin. This is why I'm always drawn to Sephora style gift sets that allow you to try out several different products for significantly less than you would pay for say, just one face mask in this case.

If you saw my Discovering New Beauty Brands & Products With Notino blog post, you will know that I'm working with them on a couple of blog posts a month in exchange for them sending out some products for me to review. So when I saw the Peter Thomas Roth Mask-A-Holic set* on their site, I was quick to place an order and was over the moon when it arrived.

peter thomas roth mask review

Comprising of five 50ml versions of some of Peter Thomas Roth's most iconic face masks, I was really excited to finally try a few of the products that have been on my beauty wishlist for years now, primarily the  Pumpkin Enzyme Enzymatic Dermal Mask, the Blue Marine Algae Intense Hydrating Mask and the Cucumber Gel Extreme Detoxifying Hydrating Mask. The Pumpkin Enzyme Mask in particular had been the one that I'd had my eye on ever since hearing Anna from The Anna Edit and many others, rave about it in the past. Plus, as I struggle with a strange skin texture on my forehead, even after I exfoliate each week, I was keen to see if it would do anything to improve it.

After using that mask in particular, just a few times, I have already noticed such a drastic difference in my forehead texture and will most definitely be buying the full size version when I finish this tub.

I also love the feeling of the two hydrating masks and I'm looking forward to trying out the two other masks included in this set as the cold Winter months draw in. They are the 24K Gold Pure Luxury Lift & Firming Mask and the Irish Moor Mud Purifying Black Mask. You also get a handy mask application and removal tool with this set, which I certainly appreciated. I don't have any specific makeup brushes that I use for applying face masks and as a result, things can often get pretty messy when I'm multi-masking on a Sunday night. This little pad allows you to apply and to remove each mask without having to use your fingers and that in itself, feels a whole lot more hygienic to me.

peter thomas roth mask applicator

Overall, I'm so happy with this set and the fact that it was only a few pounds more than buying the full size of the Pumpkin Enzyme Mask on it's own.

Have you tried anything from Peter Thomas Roth before? If so, what do you recommend? And which mask sounds like it could be the best for your skin type?


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