Anatomicals Face Masks

Today I have put a trio of Anatomicals products to the test. Anatomicals is a brand that puts the fun back into skincare with their inexpensive and bright products, and these products – a facial scrub and two masks – really do that as well as forming the perfect basis for a girly pamper session.


Naturally before any worthy beauty queen dons her face mask, the first thing she needs to ensure her face is speaky clean and free of pore-clogging debris. The Anatomicals Get Outta My Face Dirtball Apricot Scrub* sloughs away dead skin cells, leaving the complexion bright and invigorated; the perfect canvas upon which to apply one of Anatomicals fabulous masks.

When dullness and lack of hydration is getting you down Anatomicals Hawaii Five-Glow Tropical Hydrating Face Mask* has the answer. This mask uses fresh Coconut Water together with Papaya and Pineapple extract to hydrate and cleanse the skin, whilst Cocoa Seed butter and Soybean extract ensure it is left silky smooth. Unsurprisingly the fruit-based ingredients lend this mask a fabulous scent that really transports you to a tropical island (think pina coladas), and it completely delivers on hydration too.

If spots and blemishes are your bug-bear then Anatomicals The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty Anti-Blemish Mask* is the ideal antedote. This mask is from a wider range of spot-blitzing products, and is said to help clear blocked pores and prevent break outs. It combines Tea Tree Oil with soothing sage oil and antioxidant rich evening primrose oil to help calm the skin and blitz acne causing bacteria. The mask has a very cooling sensation on the skin and leaves my complexion visibly more even and less congested; I’d definitely recommend having one of these masks in reserves in case of emergency.



Anatomicals budget-friendly skincare can be found online at various retailers including ASOS and Urban Outfitters and prices start at just £1!

*PR Sample

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