Review MSA Skincare Apricot and Banana Face Mask

Review MSA Skincare Apricot and Banana Face Mask

Making Skin Amazing Skincare (MSA) was started in 2019 by Suprina following a change in circumstances which affected Suprina's wellbeing and skin. MSA is a product range that is founded on passion and a commitment to protecting the planet through natural, organic, vegan and plastic free skincare.

MSA use essential oils in their formulations which means a few products were out of my scope for testing. However I was kindly sent the Apricot and Banana Face Mask because it is made without essential oils, therefore no allergens for me to worry about.

Face masks are fun products to use. Their suitability for all ages and skin types makes them attractive to consumers. If you enjoy self-care and wellbeing then masks can easily be slotted into your routine. They can be enjoyed in the bath, while reading a book or watching TV. You may find that they improve your complexion by leaving dull skin looking brighter.

The Apricot and Banana Face Mask is clay based (French pink clay and Kaolin) with banana and apricot for their nurturing, smoothing and moisturising properties. It also contains coconut milk and mango powder. As this is a powdered mask you will need to add water or another liquid to mix it into a paste. You'll then be able to apply to your face, sit back and relax for 8-10 minutes before rinsing off. As I have naturally dry skin I don't allow the mask to harden completely and prevent this from happening by adding a facial oil to the mixture. This allows me to remove the mask without having to drag a flannel over my skin and prevents prolonged redness or inflammation. 

It's been a pleasure to try out this MSA face mask and I would happily recommend to people. If you'd like to purchase MSA Apricot and Banana Face Mask or view other products in the range, please visit their website.

Sarah x