Lush Cup O’ Coffee Face and Body Mask

If you love coffee and you’re a fan of face masks, then this is for you. I recently stumbled upon the beauty haven that is Lush. From the moment I walked in, I knew I wanted everything but knew deep down inside, that I came for a face mask. My skin has been going through some rocky patches lately and my face was getting hit full force. I constantly found myself picking, poking, and praying that it would go away. I can say now, that I seem to have it under control.


So when I walked into Lush, I was excited to try natural infused products that hopefully would calm my skin down. I ended up walking out with 4 masks, but my favorite is the Cup O’ Coffee face and body mask. If you’ve never tried it, it’s essentially rubbing delicious coffee grinds infused with kaolin and agave syrup all over your face and body. It smells amazing and also serves as an exfoliator since it’s gritty. Washing it off can be a little messy, so don’t be alarmed. What I love about this product, other than the smell, is that it can be used on other parts of the body, other than the face. I’ve used this on my chest and my shoulders, in addition to my face. I recommend using this after getting out of the shower or before you head to work, as a “wake me up.”

Lush is also awesome in the fact, that if you bring back 5 of their empty pots, they’ll give you a free face mask. So not only are they creating great products, they’re giving you an incentive to stop on by, again and again.


How do I rate this? I give this a 5/5 for smell, use, and results after use.

Samantha Reba

Samantha Reba is a full time copywriter. In her free time, she maintains and blogs for Radiant Review, a beauty review blog. Additionally, she is a blogger/tester for upcoming L’Oreal products. When she’s not writing for her blog, she’s handling their social media and connecting with beauty brands. She’s a freelancer for Symbiosis, where she reviews and edits graduate level fashion courses for universities across the country. She loves to travel, explore fashion trends, and binge watch Netflix. She’s been a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma since 2011.

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