Hungary Mud from Victoria Health has three different uses; one for a face mask, one for an in bath soak and finally one for a deep heat treatment. Today I thought I'd just share about my experience using it as a face mask. I used this as a face mask for the first time about a week ago and have used it one more time since then. It's not your usual face mask consistency at first as it's in the form of a power (allowing different uses by adding different amounts of water) which for a face mask in particular you add 1 tsp of the 'mud' with 1-2 tsp of water. You then simply mix them together to create what feels and looks like a clay/mud type mask. I put it all over my face and waited for it to dry (and I looked like a cracking statue) which took around 10-15 minutes.
|*Hungary Mud from Victoria Health*|
'Mask increases blood flow to the skin so can cause blotching, which soon subsides'
which as you can see below, it did slightly.
I then went on to sort myself out some breakfast and get ready for the day ahead, which once I came to doing my make up about an hour later, I had noticed the blotching had reduced hugely so I was pretty relieved about that! Hungary Mud comes in a 250g pack (which from how much I've used it already and the fact I only have a 100g sample, it will last you a pretty long time) and retails at £20. Yes, this is pricey and for someone like me who doesn't have £20 spare to spend on products like this, means it most likely won't be a repurchase on the face mask basis, but if you do have this kind of money and are after a treat for your face then I highly recommend Hungary Mud.
Part two of this two part review will be up soon so keep an eye out!
|Please ignore my horrific un-make-up-ed face!|