It’s my last Face Mask Friday post of the year and it’s the last post of my current partnership with Que Bella Beauty. It has been lovely working with them. In this post, I wanted to share another three of Que Bella’s face masks with you – all fabulous cream masks to take care of your skin this winter.Que Bella Hydrating Hemp & Coconut Cream Mask – £1.99
This light gel-cream mask really hydrates and soothes your skin. Soothing organic hemp seed calms, and reduces redness and inflammation. It also hydrates, and locks in that moisture (omega acids repair the skin barrier and keep moisture trapped inside the skin). It’s a great ingredient for oily/combination skin too as it helps to regulate your skin’s oil production. A perfect ingredient to combat the effects of winter on the skin! The coconut water in this also hydrates the skin; but fantastically, it’s also naturally antibacterial, so this is a great ingredient for those with acne.Que Bella Conditioning Dragon Fruit Gel Cream Mask – £1.99
This cream mask’s key ingredient is its dragon fruit extract and grapeseed oil. Dragon fruit extract hydrates the skin but is also rich in antioxidants, helping the skin to combat the effects of free radicals. Dragon fruit is around 80% water so is a real hydrating powerhouse. It also helps to detoxify the skin, soothe inflammation and irritated skin and is also rich in vitamin C – making it great for boosting radiance too. Grapeseed oil also has a lot of the same benefits. It moisturises, acts as an antiinflammatory and also has antioxidant properties. It’s also known to boost skin’s plumpness and elasticity. This mask also contains Que Bella’s blue-light pollution active, helping your skin to combat the effect of the light emitted from digital devices such as phones and laptops.Que Bella Ultra-Hydrating Birch Leaf Moisture Mask* – £2.49 from Amazon
This is a delightfully richer and more buttery mask. It’s ultra nourishing and conditioning as it contains a lot of comforting and softening oils and butters. There’s shea butter, cocoa butter, olive oil, grape-seed oil, coconut oil and sunflower oil to nurture the skin and boost glow. There is, of course, also birch leaf extract, which soothes irritated skin and locks moisture into the skin. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory and can revive skin due to its ability to boost blood circulation. With it also being antibacterial, it’s a great ingredient for those with acne. There has also been research showing that it boosts collagen and elastin production too.
This is a sponsored post with Que Bella Beauty, but all opinions are my own.
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