First up is Clinique's Turnaround Revitalizing Instant Facial* ($45 CAD), in the blue tube. This face mask is meant to be left on for 5 minutes, so it's super easy to fit into even the busiest of schedules. This formula combines physical and manual exfoliation, which will leave your skin looking more radiant and energized. Chestnut extract works to loosen dead surface skin cells, and salicylic acid increases your skins ability to shed dead surface cells and encourage healthy cell turnover!
Next we have Clinique's Even Better Brightening Moisture Mask* ($39 CAD), in the white tube. This thick white cream can be left on for 5-10 minutes, and then you can gently tissue it off, patting any remaining product into your skin. Glucosamine helps to reveal smoother, more luminous skin, and licorice extract helps to brighten and counteract dullness. There's even Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract (Young Orange Extract) helps minimize irritation that can lead to darkening. This formula is super hydrating, I think that it's the perfect option to repair and pamper my skin at the end of a busy day!
Finally, we have Clinique's Pore Refining Solutions Deep Cleansing Charcoal Mask* ($29 CAD), in the green tube! I love and appreciate a good charcoal mask, especially on days when my skin is acting a bit crazy. This mask is thick and creamy, and dries in about 10 minutes. This formula uses charcoal powder that acts like a magnet to draw out oils and environmental pollutants to help skin stay fresh, clean and pure. Caffeine, sucrose and hyaluronic acid leaves skin feeling soft and smooth, while Algae extract helps to keep oil from building up in pores and controls excess oil for virtually poreless skin!
I'm absolutely loving all three of these face masks from Clinique! I love having all three in my bathroom cabinet, so I can reach for the appropriate mask, depending on how my skin is acting. The sleek tubes are also really easy to store, and I find that they keep masks fresher for longer than tubs tend to! Have you tried any face masks from Clinique before? If so, which one is your favourite?