Introducing: Lozano Skincare Skintea Active Renewal Masque review

Monday 24 June 2019

Lozano Skincare Skintea Active Renewal Masque review
New cruelty-free, British skincare brands are popping up right, left and centre at the moment! The latest to hit my inbox is Lozano Skincare with their exciting launch of the Skintea Active Renewal Masque.

Many new skincare brands often go down the route of launching a series of basics first such as cleansers and moisturisers, but Lozano Skincare is a little different in the respect that they want their products to complement your existing daily skincare routine. This shifts the focus to products that will 'boost' your skin by giving it that extra va-va-voom for the best possible results.  

Although I'm a self-proclaimed skincare junkie, I know that my skin will generally behave much better when my routine is kept fairly simple (cleanse, tone moisturise) with just one or two additional products like a good serum, exfoliating toner or a face mask thrown in for good measure, so Lozano instantly appealed to me. I'm also a fan of using acids such as Hyaluronic Acid, Glycolic Acid and Lactic Acid in my skincare, and as Lozano's first luxury product contains all three of these, I couldn't wait to test it out.

What Is It and What Does It Do?
Lozano's Skintea Active Renewal Masque is an exfoliating treatment that helps to remove dull, dead skin cells and impurities, unclogs pores and brightens your complexion. It also boosts cell turnover and increases collagen production, reduces the appearance of wrinkles and keeps the skin hydrated, so it's what I would call an excellent 'all-rounder' to add to your routine.

Who Can Use It?
Although Lozano suggests that all skin types can use this, I would recommend doing a patch test on sensitive skin first as I know some sensitive skin types can't/won't tolerate certain acids such as Glycolic. I think it would be great for most others though, especially dry, dull, dehydrated, mature and oily/combination.

What's In It and What Isn't?
Key active ingredients in this masque include 3% Glycolic Acid, 3% Hyaluronic Acid, 1% Lactic Acid and 5% Camellia Sinensis. It's free from Alcohol, Silicones, Sulphates and Parabens, and is safe for nut allergy sufferers to use. Full INCI is listed on their website here

How Do I Use It and How Often?
After cleansing, apply 3-5 pumps to damp skin, gently smoothing it on (don't rub or massage it in) and avoiding the eye area. Leave on for around 15 minutes and then remove with water and a flannel. Pat skin dry and follow up with your usual moisturiser or face oil. Can be used 2-3 times a week.

Overall Thoughts?
I love non-manual exfoliators like this which use fruit-based acids and enzymes to shift those dull, dead skin cells as I find they are much more effective and non-abrasive than the 'scrubby' equivalents. Lozano's Skintea Active Renewal Masque is no exception and it's been brilliant for helping to brighten and clear up my skin. I've been using it only once a week for the past month but that's been enough for me to notice a difference, and I'd say that it's in a similar league to REN's popular Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask which I've been using on and off for years. Definitely worth a try if you're after a new exfoliating masque treatment that has additional hydrating and anti-ageing benefits.

Lozano Skintea Active Renewal Masque* (50ml, £32) is available direct from / Use code LAUNCH10 for 10% off!

Are you a fan of exfoliating treatments like this?

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