Tropic Skincare - Deep Hydration and Face Lift Mask

I am a massive fan of face masks. Whether it is clay based ones, sheet masks or creamy face masks, I enjoy using them all. Two of my recent face mask finds have been from the brand Tropic Skincare. If you follow my blog, you would have read my review of Tropic Skincare's Buttermelt and So Sleepy Pillow Mist a while back. Two products that I loved using. So how did this second set of products fare? Read on.

I tried two masks from Tropic Skincare - the Deep Hydration Mask and the Face Lift mask. Let me start with the latter.

Tropic Skincare - Deep Hydration and Face Lift Mask


Face Lift Mask, £16.00


Tropic Skincare describe this as an intensely tightening, age-defying mask to firm and brighten your skin. The tightening effect comes from the white and yellow clay present in the mask while hydration is provided by Agave nectar, Seabuckthorn extract,  Honeysuckle Extract and Vitamin E. The brightening effect is courtesy of Turmeric. The mask as you can see from the photographs is pale yellow (creamish) in colour and has a thick texture. It is easy to apply though. The fragrance (as I expected based on the colour of the mask) is the scent of Turmeric (a very herbal scent and one that I am used to as I use turmeric along with gram flour and milk as a DIY face mask). The clay used in the mask is gentle and not too harsh as in it doesn't dry hard on the skin, rather it feels like a gentle tightening.

Tropic Skincare - Deep Hydration and Face Lift Mask

Tropic Skincare - Deep Hydration and Face Lift Mask


I normally leave the mask on for 15-20 minutes before taking it off. The mask has always left my skin feeling firmer and soft to touch.

Tip: Use a wet muslin cloth to easily remove the mask.

Deep Hydration Mask, £16.00


This mask has been described by Tropic Skincare as a creamy gel mask that instantly hydrates and soothes irritated or dry skin.

Formulated with antioxidant-rich wild Australian super berries and Resurrection flower extracts this
mask offers deep hydration and helps restore the skin's vitality. Some other key ingredients in the mask are Jojoba Oil, Konjac Root Powder, Shea Butter concentrate, Coconut, Honeysuckle and Beetroot and Probiotics. With a lovely fruity (berry) fragrance, the mask has a creamy texture and feels wonderful when applied on the skin. When I first looked at the mask, it reminded me of strawberry ice cream  - the colour, the fragrance; it looked like a scoop of ice cream in a jar :)

The mask has a cooling feel to it and is perfect for skin that is prone to redness or is irritated. Like the face lift mask, I leave this for 15-20 minutes as well and it leaves my skin feeling extremely soft and hydrated once I have washed it off. Love it.

Tropic Skincare - Deep Hydration and Face Lift Mask


Both these masks are perfect for my sensitised skin. I am in love with them both but if I had to pick a favourite of the two it would be the Deep Hydration Mask.

If you love face masks like me, then I recommend that you check out the offerings from Tropic Skincare. Their products contain the best naturally derived ingredients and are free from harmful toxic chemicals. They are also vegan and cruelty-free. Because of the use of premium natural ingredients their products are effective on all skin types, including sensitive skin.

You can check out all the products from Tropic Skincare at www.tropicskincare.com

Have you tried any products from Tropic Skincare? What did you think?

Post contains PR samples.
As always, all opinions are solely my own.

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