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Anatomicals Face Masks — Don't Mask Your Horribleness, Unmask Your Heavenliness

Anatomicals Don't Mask Your Horribleness, Unmask Your Heavenliness Face Masks

I received this pack of two face masks in a Love Me Beauty Box, and I finally managed to try them out. They're by the brand Anatomicals, whose products you may have noticed on the shelves in Tesco. Their product names are always really creative and quirky, and they're a cruelty free company too — result!

These are cloth masks, but fear not, I've spared you the sight of me looking like Hannibal.  I bumped into my housemate Giulia on the stairs while I was wearing one of these and she looked horrified, so it's definitely a ritual to complete in private (unless, of course, you have someone to scare). 

The only other cloth mask I've tried before was a Montagne Jeunesse one, and I have to say, these are much better in terms of size. They're a good fit along my forehead and although the chin section is too big it can be folded underneath. They're a bit of a pain to remove from the packet; they come attached to some plastic and everything is a bit tangled up at first. But once the mask is on, you're good to go, and you've got twenty minutes to sit back and relax.

Botanical Hydrating Rose Face Mask

Anatomicals Botanical Hydrating Rose Face Mask

My love for rose-scented products has grown and grown over this past year. This mask has a lovely, subtle scent, and is designed to hydrate your skin. There's a lot of product on the cloth, but none of it is wasted because you rub the excess into your skin once the cloth has been removed. After using the mask my skin was incredibly shiny, so it's one to use in the evening, but when I woke up the next morning my skin was soft, smooth, and glowing. I'd use this again.

Botanical Purifying Tea Tree Face Mask

Botanical Purifying Tea Tree Face Mask

You guys know how much I love tea tree for treating blemishes, so I had high hopes. I've been super stressed about deadlines recently, and as always this has started to show on my forehead (hello spots!) This mask smells strongly of tea tree oil but it does fade over time. Given the name, I didn't expect it to be quite as hydrating as it was, so that was a pleasant surprise. I didn't apply a spot treatment overnight, as I wanted to see if the mask would make a difference. In the morning there wasn't a noticeable change in my blackheads, but my blemishes had dried up a little and the swelling had gone down. Another lovely mask from Anatomicals.

Anatomicals Face Masks come in a pack of two, which costs £6.50 from Amazon.

Have you tried these face masks? Do you have any favourite Anatomicals products? Let me know in the comments!

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Beth, 23, South East England. I'm a writer with a love of books, lipstick, and the Oxford comma. I love beauty and I also love animals, so I only buy, use, and feature products from cruelty-free brands. (Seriously though, I am the person who stops to fuss over every dog she sees.) You can also expect posts about vegan/vegetarian food, and plenty of musings about life as a 20-something. Want to get in touch? Email me at

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