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A Review - Radiance Kit


Want radiance in 10 minutes?
After soooooo many beauty bloggers raving and posting about this stuff I had to give it a go, and a girls night in with a pizza, film, chocolate and a face mask, this was the perfect candidate.

So Friday night is normally the night to go out, let your hair down, get blazing drunk and get home at silly o'clock Saturday Morning. As you may know I am on crutches so the thought of going out and painting the town red is a far distant memory. However my best friend Dani and I thought we needed a little pick me up.
I had only used this mask once before and I had seen really good results so I was very keen to give it another go and see if it performs well on every use. Verdict is in... Yes it does. It does have a citrus sort of smell to it and when you apply it, it feels like a sticky gel sort of texture, and turns clear and looks very shiny when it is on the face. I use a muslin cloth or flannel to remove it as I find that is the easiest way to make sure it is all off, and to me this is so worth the hype and the slightly high price tag.
Strangely enough you can find the REN Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask in some Marks & Spencers stores or online, other wise you can locate this on Cult Beauty, REN, Space NK and Amazon. For 50ml of product costing £30.00 I had to find a decent enough justification to spend that on a face mask, but it is so worth it and you don't need huge amounts so it will last a fairly long time.
I purchased mine on the REN website, and whilst looking at there gift sets I saw that they had a Radiance kit with a full size 50ml mask, and some samples of the serum, AHA concentrate and micro polish cleanser which was only £28.50 - naturally I went with that instead. It's a brilliant price and you can try the other products in the Radiance line too.
I really do love this mask and I am trying out some other masks as well so I will keep you updated on those too.

What's your favourite face mask?


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