Monday, 6 October 2014

Estee Lauder Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging Mask Boost

I tend to use face masks much more in autumn/winter and this new mask coming from Estee Lauder in December is a welcome addition if you have a slightly older (35+), de-vitalised, 'my face looks how I feel' skin.

If you are a fan of the Triple Threat Facial, this would be the final step, after exfoliating and clay steps.

Super-nourishing, massively hydrating, this will become a 'when-in-doubt-grab-this' when my skin is tired and a tad dull or after a long week - especially if flying is involved. This would be the perfect in-flight mask. It absorbs like a rich face cream and although it says to tissue off (eew) after 5 minutes, I would use three ways:

  1. apply in a thick-ish layer, leave for 10 or so minutes and take off any residue with a warm, squeezed out, damp washcloth, proceed with your other skincare
  2. apply a thin layer in the evening when you get home, reapply before bed once it has absorbed, sleep in it
  3. apply a thin layer every couple of hours on a long haul flight, misting with a floral spray in between

Estee Lauder Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging Mask Boost is available on 1st December and is priced £45 for 75ml from all Estee Lauder retailers and It's delicious.

Also: I do wish the NPD/Marketing teams at Lauder LLC/L'Oreal/P&G/Unilever/LVMH (all of them) etc would stop swallowing dictionaries and thesauruses when naming products. The names are taking me longer to type than the review.


  1. Thank you! I am a fan of your Triple Threat but have a question on it:

    1. Clay, Exfoliate, Hydra OR
    2. Exfoliate, Clay, Hydra

    I have seen both listed on the interweb! (but Vivianna said 1 so that's what I've been doing as she said she got it from you)

    Thank you!

  2. I'm just in the market for a new face mask, will wait until December for a good one though!

  3. Regarding option two for using this mask...Whenever you mention removing make up, cleansing and applying product straight after work, I feel like my face would be dirty and I'd need to cleanse again by the time I go to bed...Is this just me being weird and OCD? Like, if I do skincare at 6pm and go to bed at 11pm, isn't that 5 hours of sweat and dirt build up that I'm just going to put another layer of product on top of?

  4. This sounds great for my dry skin this winter. However, I've got several allergies so I need to look over the ingredient list with a fine toothed comb. I do wish you'd list ingredients so I could know to get really excited or not.

    Thanks Caroline!

  5. This make sounds perfect for my dry skin in the winter. However, I have several allergies and I do wish you'd list the ingredients so I could know to get really excited or not.

    Thanks Caroline!


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