Where the Truth Lies – LUSH cosmetics Sacred Truth Mask

Every time I wander into LUSH I blow at least $50. Their irresistibly delicious-looking products, shaped like colorful desserts and food, just make me want to buy everything in the store. The store is structured to make you feel like a kid in a candy store. A very expensive candy store.

The other day I picked up a few bubble bars from there ($11 a bar for one-time use. So annoyingly expensive) and the sales girl gave me a sample of the Sacred Truth fresh face mask. Ok it’s an anti-aging mask so that bitch might’ve been saying I’m old…whatever. I like the mask though.

The ingredients used are food-grade and all natural so pretty much it’s like you’re putting a home made mask straight from the kitchen.

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The sacred truth has a kaolin base with honey and ginkgo leaf extract among other natural goodness. And my it smells lovely! Almost like a soft vanilla.

It goes on a little lumpy but left my face smooth, soft, and glowing.

IMG_1599The small sample jar lasted me 4 uses. You have refrigerate the contents and use it all within 3 weeks or it spoils, being made of actual food ingredients and all. I really love it but not sure how I feel about this short shelf life. It’s worth getting a sample for free from LUSH though.

Pros: nice scent, nice natural quality ingredients, softening and moisturizing without being heavy, overall a great mask.
Cons: short shelf life means that you have to aim to use it A LOT before expiration.

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