Ren Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask Review

Work has me traveling a lot these days all over the UK.  It can get pretty boring being stuck in hotel rooms with only my Macbook and a dodgy wifi connection for company, so I love to use the opportunity to do a bit of beauty DIY to my skin, namingly an exfoliating face mask.
I picked up this Ren Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask when M&S were having a 20% off beauty sale so instead of the usual £30 that this mask costs I managed to snag it for £24!  I’ve been using it once (or twice) a week for the last four weeks and am ready to report back my findings to all my lovely readers.
The Ren Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask is an exfoliating mask that is designed to brighten skin, renew the complexion, improve skin tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines.  Four good things to get from a face mask if I do say so myself.  It’s really simple to use.  You just apply it to clean skin and leave it for 10 minutes to work it’s magic.  Ren advise that you might feel a slight tingle when this is first applied to the skin but I didn’t find it uncomfortable and it stopped after about a minute and a half.  After 10 minutes you just use a muslin cloth and some warm water to wipe the mask away.  The results you are left with are fantastic.
This might possibly me the most effective 10 minute face mask I’ve ever used.  Usually I have to wait for a few applications to notice any difference to my skin.  Not with this one!  From the minute I wiped away the mask on my first use my skin looked brighter and more radient. Over a few uses I have noticed my fine lines (yes I’ve got them) reducing slightly which is GOOD news!  It also smells so nice; quite zingy and citrusy.  It has extracts of passion fruit, grape, pineapple and lemon.  As with all Ren products it contains no nasty artificial ingredients (too many on the bottle to list!)
The mask is also designed to help combat congestion  blackheads and blemishes.  I’ve also noticed that is is fading some scar tissue on my chin ever so slightly (aided of course by some other choice products.)  I’ve also found that it doesn’t dry my skin out so dry skinned ladies you should be ok.  The only people that need to avoid this product is those with sensitive skin because essentially it peels your face of all the dead skin cells.
I’ve really enjoyed using this mask and I’ve started teaming it with my Origins Clear Improvement mask to really rid my skin of dead skin and work on my blemishes.  As long as I keep using this product I’ll never suffer from dull looking skin again.  I think this mask could fast become one of my ‘cult’ favourite products that I’ll hate being without.  I’m really keen now to try some more face masks from Ren.  Do you have any suggestions?

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