Complete Treatment Masks

Review: NSPA Complete Treatment Face Mask & Instant Blur Primer

Having just had a baby, I have to admit to looking a little tired so I was really pleased to be able to review a couple of items from the NSPA Beauty Rituals range in order to perk me up a little!

Every Saturday Bean and I share a little ritual. We have a long soak in the bath with some lovely bubbles in and use an exfoliating scrub and use face masks. A couple of weeks ago we tried the NSPA Complete Treatment Face Masks out.

Complete Treatment Masks

They are the type of masks which are fabric that you lay on your face. They were blissfully cool and felt really moisturising which was a lovely treat in this hot weather. Also in the pack are separate eye treatment masks which will be put to good use in these newborn baby days when my eyes are looking and feeling so tired!

We also tried out the Instant Blur Primer.

instant blur primer

I do like to use a primer especially in the summer when make up can feel like it slides off your face. This primer left my skin with a gorgeous velvety base for applying my make up. I’m not too sure about the blurring your open pore claims as I don’t have too many open pores anyway but it certainly was a lovely base for under make up that I will carry on using.

The face masks retail for £5 and the primer for £7 which is great value, but as with lots of NSPA goodies they are on offer for two for £8 meaning you can really treat yourself!

Disclosure – we were gifted these items for the purposes of this review. All opinions are honest and our own. 

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One thought on “Review: NSPA Complete Treatment Face Mask & Instant Blur Primer

  1. Ooooh the primer sounds a bit like the new Body Shop instablur stuff I’ve just bought. It feels really velvety to touch. I find it amazing for blending the make up line into my skin tone after I’ve applied my make up, too. The face Masks sound really relaxing as well 🙂

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