|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Grey
I have oily/combination skin, and my skin does not need all that moisture, that this really gives. It felt like there was a huge layer of oil on my skin. But I knew that this was very moisturizing when i bought it. So this was not for my skin type.
But i am sure that people with dry skin would love this.
I love the smell of it. It smells sooooo god. Like vanilla and bananas. Simply amazing.
The price is very affordable. I just wish the product would last longer (all lush's face masks)
I hate the packaging - i don't like tubs. But thats just a personal preference.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Green
I beyond love this product! My skin gets really flaky and dry in winter ( I'm from Australia ) and this has been the only product that keeps my skin NORMAL the way my skin feels, smells and looks is amazing! It repairs your skin from just one use! Love love love it
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Grey
This is my favorite LUSH face mask, it is perfect for dry irritated skin! It really soothes irritation and moisturizes the skin. It feels really nice on your skin and it has a nice smell. Overall, it is a great product. :)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Relaxed, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is honestly the best face mask I've ever tried. I have very acne-prone skin, and I've been using quite a lot of topical products to help tone it down (which it has), but it's left my skin really dry and flakey. When I put this mask on, it leaves my face feeling SO soft and luscious! it literally feels like a baby's bum, and all of my dry, flakey areas are gone! another upside to it, is that most hydrating products do hydrate my face, but they break me out, since most acne-prone people have oily skin. This face mask did NOT break me out or anything; it soothed my face, made it feel soft, and got rid of ALL my dry areas! Definitely repurchasing!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I've been using Lush bath products for years but I had yet to try any of their skincare items. I went to a Lush in Las Vegas and decided to pick up the oatifix mask because it's for dry, sensitive skin. I am in my mid 30's and my skin is dry around my nose and chin and I have a lot of redness. I kept it in the fridge as was recommended. When I pulled it out, it was cold and a bit hard to spread over my face. I was able to get it on. At first I felt a slight burning around my nose area. After a few minutes it went away. I left the mask on for 10 minutes as directed and rinsed off with warm water. My face felt soft and there was no tightness. I followed up with my moisturizer. I liked that it made my face feel hydrated without being greasy. I didn't break out which is nice since more times than not, I will have a few breakouts when I try anything new on my skin. I don't like that you have to keep this stuff in the fridge and it's hard to spread onto the face. Some of it fell off my skin while I was applying. The smell is amazing, it smells like banana nut bread but I am on a ketogenic diet and the smell was torture for me. I haven't eaten a banana or bread since January. The whole time I had this on, I wanted to lick it off. I do like the mask overall and would recommend.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I swear whenever i put this stuff on my face im tempted t just eat it off. it smells so delicious, like fresh oatmeal and bananas. ive been using it consistently recently because they do expire after about 2 weeks, and my skin feels so nice and moisturized after. i dont know if its this product or something else im using right now, but i also feel like this helps a huge amount with post acne marks. i love love this stuff.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I was suffering from dehydrated dry cheeks and this helped them bounce back. Lush Oatfix promises to moisturise and I think it did that. When you wash off the product, my face did not feel tight, it left a light moisturising layer on.
For some background, because of a strong mask I used, it left my cheeks very dry and rough. Lush Oatfix was one of the things I used and I really felt that it helped bring moisture back to the area.
It's a bit gunky so you have to work it into the skin so that it sticks and stays there. It also looks like you have vomit on your face.
I don't really like the small amount of time you have to use it. Especially when the product may have been sitting in the store for a week before you buy it - always check the expiry and pick the freshest one possible!
But, the mask did it's job and I would repurchase if I was in another dry conundrum.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Wavy Eyes: Brown
This, you guys, is awesome stuff. Remember those OMGHIVESONMYFACE moments I talked about a while back? Yeah, I had one recently while testing out an as-yet-to-be-reviewed serum. Like, seriously, I ended up giving myself an unintentional chemical peel, my face was so blotchy, red and gross. Like a sunburn, only I hadnít really been outside enough for one of those. Given, I suspect this was the result of pregnancy-related oversensitivity, hence why I havenít officially reviewed the product that caused it yet.
So anyway, there I was, staring at the mirror and wondering what I could possibly do to stop the burning, short of squeezing an entire tube of aloe vera on my face. Then I remember that I have an ice cube tray filled with Lush face masks. Bingo! I say ďrememberĒ, btw, because I had only recently unearthed them while foraging in the freezer for a snack. They were from last September, when Iíd traded in my accumulated plastic Lush pots (which the hubby kept trying to throw out and I kept rescuing and saying ďNo, I NEED those!Ē) for a couple of free pots of fresh facial masks back in California. Knowing that I wouldnít use them before the expiration date, I froze them and then promptly forgot about them for more than half a year. So itís not like this stuff was brand spankiní new, though I suppose suspended animation is close enough.
Right, so back to traumatic facial burning sensations. I hurriedly popped out a cube of Oatifix and scurried back to the bathroom. It wasnít frozen solid, exactly, due to the oils and such, but was more like a stiff dough. It warmed up pretty fast with a bit of kneading in my hands and I hastily slathered it onto my washed and very unhappy skin. The burning didnít go away immediately, but the coldness definitely helped ó this stuff should ideally be kept in the fridge if not just frozen immediately. Besides keeping the ingredients fresh, the cold is super soothing for moments like these. Then I sat for 10 minutes and let the oats and bananas (both good for calming sensitive skin) do their thing.
And it worked! Okay, it was a bit of an effort washing the semi-cakey goop off my face with warm water, but I could feel the layer of moisture that had soaked as soon as I dried off. And the redness was gone! Thank you, oatmeal. I knew the stuff worked on eczema, so it wasnít that far a stretch. I smoothed on a layer of Philosophyís Hope in a Jar (one of the most dependably gentle moisturizers I could never live without, especially in moments like these) and walked back out of the bathroom looking significantly less like I had a tomato for a face.
Qualification: Itís not like either of these products work miracles or anything ó my face did start drying out again about four hours later, and I had to keep touching up with moisturizer for the rest of the evening as flaky spots returned. But the redness was definitely calmed and I was no longer flailing in agony, so thatís always a plus. Please note that I was indeed dealing with injured skin, so it wasnít exactly the normal situation the makers of this product probably imagined. I used the mask again for the next three consecutive mornings, slapping it on for 10 minutes before showering, then letting it steam for the rest of my shower before gently washing it off (you can massage it off for extra exfoliation, but I didnít exactly need any help in that department, what with the PEELING and all). With the help of aggressive moisturizing, Iím this mask helped heal my face in days rather than the typical week it takes me to recover from one of these incidents.
Verdict: It works! It works! Sadly, we do not have a brick-and-mortar Lush shop in our vicinity. Heck, thereís only one in the entire country, if I remember correctly, and itís more than a three hour drive away. Online shopping through the local distributor is hideously expensive so I only do one big order a year, if Iím desperate for something and not able to buy it during one of our out-of-country trips to places where I would regularly stock up. So while I will definitely be trading in my steadily accumulating black pots for more of this stuff whenever I get a chance, I will probably have to look into making a DIY version now that I have used up my supply. But wow, was it ever put to good use. Thanks, Lush!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Other, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Grey
Can't say this mask did a great deal for me :/ Was difficult to put on and it didn't help my dry skin and burnt when I had it on my face... Product was quite pricey and use by date was only a fortnight after I bought it. The smell is good but that's really all I can say it has going for it, will not be buying again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Smelt lovely, but did nothing for me.
It smells like a nice banana milkshake- fantastic to wear. It has a very thick texture which i found hard to spread on straight out of the fridge, i would usually let it warm a little before using it.
I have very dry skin with flakiness and redness on my face, so i thought being a product for sensitive dry skin this would be the go.
It did nothing for dryness. It made my flaky patches worse and actually stung those patches quite a bit when left on. When I took it off the rest of my skin felt smooth and exfoliated, but not hydrated.
Not a fan and if you have very dry skin, I wouldn't bother.