Review: Garnier ‘Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask’
As a little post-Birthday treat I thought I’d buy Alfie a face mask to chill out with.
I decided to try the NEW Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask. I’d normally avoid products with the word ‘bomb’ in them, it tries to suggest that the product will somehow make an explosive difference – which it never does, but I made an exception.
Moisture Bomb “intensively rehydrates skin, reduces the look of fine lines, and revives radiance” and is made from pomegranate extract, hyaluronic acid and plant serum.
The mask is reasonably easy to apply (unless you’re Alfie and have a face that’s too small). The packaging sure doesn’t lie when it says ‘moisture’ because it is truly soaked and dripping with serum. So perhaps don’t wear your favourite t-shirt…
After application you peel off the protective film and let the mask sit for 15 minutes.
The Garnier tissue mask has a sweet and pleasant smell, and the serum isn’t overly thick or heavy on the skin. There is a lot of excess serum after removing the mask which you can either massage into the skin or wipe away.
I would say overall it is a good product, I probably wouldn’t make a habit of getting them as I prefer masks that dry and can be more specifically applied to the face, but for anyone who needs a quick rejuvenation for their dehydrated skin this is a great pick.
The Garnier Moisture Bomb Mask is available from Superdrug for under £2.