The Review: Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask.

The Review: Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

Lying in the bath the other day, I contemplated for ages over which face mask to use. Something different. Aesop Parsley Seed is on its last legs. Glam Glow; tried and tested. Lush Love Lettuce; love it, but been there done that (and there’s a review up soon).  Ummmmm what should I try next? Then it struck me.  Peter Thomas Roth’s much talked about Pumpkin Enzyme Mask.

A three-in-one exfoliator/smoother/polisher. Maybe a miracle in a tub?

Highly fragranced, just like a freshly made pumpkin pie. This strong scented mask may not be to everyone’s taste, but to me this is a real treat for the skin. After applying just a thin layer, it stings, not just a little, it really stings. It feels harsh on the skin, almost with a burning sensation, however it seems to do so much good. For the record I have sensitive skin and my skin loves it.

The Review: Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

Seriously if you try this, just bare with it. It feels uncomfortable on the skin to start off with, however after a few minutes the burning sensation wears off.  Sounds horrendous doesn’t it? It’s incredible, after leaving this on for around 8 minutes and washing off, skin feels so soft and skin appears clearer.

The Review: Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask

Skin may appear red, however after half an hour or so this will die down. This is a pongy wonder product. It suits my dry skin, it seems to do everything the jar promises and more. Using this seems to inject a much needed moisture boost to my skin, leaving skin supple.

Quite frankly it’s brilliant.  Now available in the UK, so if do wish to give this expensive tub a go, head over to Cult Beauty.

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