Now I do not know about any of you that use that use Lush products are like me but I am always looking for a deal. When I discovered that if I save up five black tins I can return them for a free facial, I was like sure that can't be to hard. I mean it's just five not that many and for how many lush gifts I got for Christmas in 2012 I thought I was going to be getting free facials all year long. How wrong I was. It has been over year and I only have three saved up and that being said I am not sure if I could find all three even if I tried.
So I finally bit the bullet and bought myself some facials to try out. The first was their festive one that I believe is only in for the holidays called Rudolph, but maybe for next year you guys can get a hold of it. Now I have to admit that I am not a big facial user. I love the idea of them and always want to do them but I don't know what it is I just don't seem to like them. That being said I am unsure if I just have matured in some sense that has to do with facials or I just really liked this one. I honestly enjoyed every bit of the process. From the cooling feeling when it first touches my skin, to the constancy of it on my face, and finally the obnoxious green color it is that makes me feel like I am in a chick flick. It's not only the chick flick aspect but it is super easy to get off and my skin looks noticeable better in the end, which sadly most facials I have used I do not see a difference.
I have very very very very VERY dry skin and during winter time it is emphasized. That being said this facial sadly did not seem to help me with that issue of mine. What it did do was deal with the redness that is a result of the dry skin, and that is why I love it. Because of the dry skin I do not really get acne which is a blessing because then I do not have to really care about cover up or foundation very often. With this red skin though I have been using more foundation then I ever have. With using this facial only twice I have toned down my redness and have been able to wear less foundation.