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Excellent

“Let Your Face Eat Cake!”

published 18/03/2011

Helps clear up spots, smells delicious, value for ...

The pot looks pretty small for the price so can be...

Don't worry, you haven't been mistaken, this Lush product is not of the edible variety. Unfortunately, Lush has certainly not started selling baked goods in their stores - but they sell something which is almost as good as the real thing. Whilst browsing the Lush website online, I came across...

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Good

Draws out impurities, lovely scent

A bit drying for me

I love Lush's fresh face masks, but as they are expensive (£5.50 for 75g) I tend to only obtain them via the special offer, which is, bring back 5 black pots and get a free face mask. I'm working my way through all the face masks trying to find my favourite. The latest mask I obtained, a few...

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Excellent

Leaves my skin soft and glowing, works amazingly w...

Messy to remove

I've been a huge fan of the Cupcake face mask from Lush for years, it was developed for problem teenage skin but has continued to work wonderfully on my skin through my late twenties and I still use it now at 36. It's part of their Fresh range which means you need to keep it in the fridge and...

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Excellent

“Lush Cupcake”

published 13/08/2011

Smell, smoothens skin, softens skin

A little expensive for the small pot but if you're...

Intro The Lush Cupcake is a personal weakness of mine - I love it and I can't help but treat myself to tub or two whenever i'm in my local store or browsing there website. The lush cupcake is a fresh face mask and is by far my favourite face mask in the Lush range. The face mask is quite...

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“Mud Fight Anyone?!”

published 07/07/2005

Deeply cleanses, reasonable price

Don't like the smell, a little bit messy

I recently persuaded one of my colleagues to try out the Lush range - she spent about £35.00 in one go, and one of the products that she bought was the Lush Cupcake facial mask. She then raved about it so much that I went out and bought it too! Cupcake is one of a range of bio-fresh face masks...

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Excellent

Impressive results it leaves skin soft and smooth ...

The mud monster look

On my most recent trip to Lush to buy a present for my goddaughter I spotted their latest promotion Heads, Shoulders Knees and Toes which was just £12.50 for ten products. Lush says January is upon us and we're languishing in the dead of another bitter British winter. fortunately, that means a...

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Excellent

Easy to apply, a little goes a long way, works wel...

None.

The product This is a fresh face mask from Lush. This is sold, in store, stored on ice to keep it cool and there are samples available in store. The packaging This face mask comes provided in a small circular black plastic tub. This tub has a screw top lid and if you keep this, wash it and return...

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Super

Calms some spots, helped to fade a nasty-looking s...

On face value it appears quite pricey

I picked up this face mask on my last trip to Lush. As those of you who regularly read my reviews will know, my skin is very oily and this one was recommended by one of the assistants. INGREDIENTS The main ingredient in the face mask is Rhassoul mud, which is a deep cleanser, helps to even out...

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Excellent

Wonderful smell, noticeably softer and healthier s...

Not the cheapest face mask, tempting to eat it

Being a bit of a lushaholic, I decided to treat myself to a facemask for a girly evening with my sister. Going in the shop, you are bombarded with choice - the range of fresh face masks is quite extensive, but the assistants are very helpful and guided me towards cupcake for my skin type, plus it...

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Not for me

Might work for you

smells revolting, causes spots, dries out skin, me...

For ages I really wanted to try Lush's "Cupcake" facial mask, as I had heard so many good things about it - and because the idea of chocolate actually being good for my skin just thrilled me. There was just one slight problem: My local Lush gets its deliveries on a Wednesday - and by Saturday the...

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Super

Natural ingredients and more fun than other face m...

Smell is a bit strange, but it's all natural!

I have always been quite interested when looking at Lush's Fresh Face masks in their stores. They sound very nice with lots of interesting ingredients. I tried Cosmetic Goddess first, and then in the recent Lush promotion 'Night in for 2 for £10' I recieved the Cupcake fresh face mask after a...

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Super

“Cupcake anyone?”

published 26/03/2007

it works, smells good enough to eat

makes skin more oily the day after use, difficult...

What is it? Cupcake is one of Lush's fresh face masks. They are made with fresh ingredients, no preservatives and made to order. They're so fresh you're supposed to keep them in the fridge! The mask is for anyone with blemishes or greasy skin, and contains lots of oils which work as astringents...

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Excellent

“A chocoholics dream!!”

published 20/06/2009

It really refreshes the skin

Maybe best for oily skin types only

Most recently, I've been focused on sampling Lush's skin care items. One of the most interesting products that the company makes is the Bio-Fresh Face Mask. I visited my now nearest store in Taunton (I do miss the Bath store!) shop earlier this month and brought home three different fresh face...

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Excellent

cleanses and softens, smells delicious

Hard to resist the urge to eat!

If you’ve read many of my reviews you’ll notice that I do like my Lush facemasks. As I’d been unable to visit my local Lush (which is around 15 miles away at Lakeside shopping centre!) for a while, I asked my sister, who was heading into Central London, to pop into Lush and buy a mask for me. She...

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Super

Smells lovely, reduces spots.

Messy, hard to remove.

Price and Availability I love a little bit of pampering at home and I often have face masks in, but as an added treat I occasionally buy a pot of Lush’s fresh face mask which cost £5.75 for a 75ml tub. Now, this is quite pricey so I don’t buy them all the time but Lush have an ongoing offer that...

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