Beauty, Facial Masks

The Body Shop British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask Review

Great plumping products do more than just keep your skin moisturized all afternoon. In order for subsequent treatments to result in fairer, plumper skin with fewer lines and wrinkles, they function beneath the skin to rebuild lost collagen. Searching for products thoroughly while concentrating on those problems is the best strategy to do this. The more of it you can absorb into your skin, the better it will be for your face. The Body Shop’s British Rose Mask is another product that claims to offer this improved skin plumping effect.

According to The Body Shop, this product is inspired by the European bathing rituals, its 100% vegan refreshing gel face mask is infused with real rose petals, rose essence, rosehip oil and organic Community Trade aloe vera. It is also formulated without parabens, paraffin, silicone or mineral oil. This product reveals skin that’s replenished with moisture and visibly smooth with a youthful dewy appearance. It is known as the queen of quenchers, this wholesome textured mask works as an at-home facial to revive our skin, a moisturizing-hero draws on a naturally-inspired plumping formula into a hard-working complexion.

Features and Benefits

🌸100% vegan
🌸Refreshing gel face mask
🌸For skin that needs to be quenched and re-plumped with moisture to reveal its dewy glow again
🌸Moisturises, soothes and tones skin

How To Use

After removing makeup and cleansing the skin, use the Facial Mask Brush to smooth an even layer of the British Rose Fresh Plumping Mask onto the face avoiding eye and lip area. Apply to neck and décolleté if desired. Leave for 5-10 minutes then rinse off with warm water and a muslin cloth. Use 2 to 3 times a week or daily if desired. Use various masks in different areas to target specific areas of your face.


Aqua, Glycerin, Propanediol, PPG-26-Buteth-26, PEG-32, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Alcohol Denat., Phenoxyethanol, Carbomer, Rosa Gallica Flower Powder, Parfum, Sodium Hydroxide, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Rosa Canina Fruit Oil, Methylpropanediol, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Disodium EDTA, Rose Extract, Benzyl Salicylate, Menthoxypropanediol, Limonene, Citronellol, Geraniol, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, CI 14700.

I decided to start using this Body Shop British Rose face mask because I’ve had it in my cupboard for a while. It is a hydrating mask with a gel finish that is made for dry, parched skin that needs to be soothed and hydrated once more. We presume that it is a moisturizing mask. The cover is delivered in a glass container with an earthy tint and a sturdy plastic screw top. However, I only purchased a 15ml amount, and the face mask’s packaging was recyclable and eco-friendly.

The very first thing I noticed after I opened the bottle was the mask’s rose scent. It has a strong fragrance that progressively goes away after use. It has a thick, slightly sticky gel consistency. It has a crimson, earthy color and even has traces of flower petals. It is transparent.

Regarding application, I much prefer using my fingers than a brush. Whatever method you choose, the formula is quite straightforward to use and spreads out effortlessly. I applied the mask as directed and kept it on for around 20 minutes before moving on to other tasks. The manufacturer advises to apply an even coating on a clean face. Even though the mask had dried slightly, the top layer was still extremely gel-like when I rinsed it off with warm water.

This face mask has a cooling and energizing effect on my skin, which I really like because other skincare products, especially ones with strong scents, can irritate and aggravate my skin. My skin feels wonderfully smooth and gentle after using it. It also provides my oily skin with a mild, soothing moisture. It smelled just like freshly cut roses; the aroma was simply beautiful. I don’t actually need to apply a heavy coating; a little layer will suffice. Nothing else, other than making the skin plump, actually satisfies its name. Given the price, which is $6 for 15ml and $18 for a 75ml bottle, it is essentially a rare item on the pricey side.

I strongly recommend that you get this product if your skin hasn’t been functioning its best and you think it’s difficult to keep the skin cool from the sun’s heat.

My Overall Rating

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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