procoal marine moisture mask | review

I will admit, I am terrible when it comes to skin care regime. I don’t have a routine where I sit down and cleanse my skin. It’s just something I don’t do. I do however love a face pack and when I can I try and treat my skin with one. 

Procoal sent me some to try out a few weeks ago and I’ve been enjoying taking 15 minutes out of my week to relax in the bath with a marine moisture pack.

What’s in the box 

The procoal moisture mask comes in a four pack and currently retails at £13:99, a tad pricey but they are really worth the money. I noticed the difference immediately when I removed one form it’s packet compared to cheaper versions. I would be happy to pay that little bit more for a better quality face mask 

About the product

The marine moisture sheet mask is cruelty-free and contains 25 grams of hydrating serum to replenish essential moisture in one treatment. More about the sheet mask is labels below:

  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Expertly formulated in the UK
  • Free from parabens, silicones, SLS, mineral oils & paraffins
  • Botanical extracts to nourish and hydrate the skin
  •  Pro-vitamin B5
First Impressions

I really liked the feel and design of packing. The product information on the packet is really clear, as are the instructions which is is a bonus if all you want to do is just want to get in and use the mask. 

I kept my mask on for the allocated time it stated. The second time I kept it in for longer, mainly because I forgot to set the timer. I was surprised it didn’t dry out. I’ve used some masks that I’ve left on for longer and was disappointed at how quickly they dried out. I really liked the feel of the Procoal Moisture Mask on my face. It wasn’t greasy and it left my face feeling really hydrated. 

Would I recommend?

Yes! If you like a face mask and a bit of a pamper then I would recommend. I’ve only used half the box and already my face feels and looks a lot fresher. I really would purchase these again. 

**I was gifted the item for the purpose of this review **

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