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I recently purchased the Mario Burdeasu Anniversary Set from BeautyBay. I ordered it on a Saturday and on Sunday had received confirmation that it had been displaced. It arrived that Thursday. This is my first purchase from this brand, I’ve never tried anything before from them.
I bought it because I have wanted to try the drying lotion for the longest time. I’ve heard so many people rave about it and the spot treatments I’ve used in the past, just weren’t doing their job anymore. I purchased it in the set, as it was a better deal than if I was to buy all the products individually.
I’ve had the products for over a month now and I’ve been using them quite regularly. I waited until now to do this post, as I wanted to be able to give you a good idea of what I think of them.
Just to note, I find it really useful how on each product it says which skin type it’s for. It makes it a lot easier when choosing products.
Break down of the prices:
Enzyme Cleansing Gel- €15.25
Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater- €8.25
Drying Lotion- €17.95
Sliver Powder- €14.75
Flower and Tonic Mask- €20.75
The total of purchasing each of them individually is €76.95
The total cost of the set is €36.75
I always recommend looking at sets, even if they are meant as presents, it doesn’t matter, the cashier or sales assistant, will never know!
To apply the drying lotion you dip a cotton bud into it and dot it where it’s needed. I know it’s almost like an instinct to shake it, but DO NOT! It won’t work if you do that, the pink powder, must be settled at the bottom.
After it drys, it goes hard, like a mud face mask. I was quite surprised by that as I didn’t expect it. It stayed on really well throughout the night. I did notice that with certain spots it did sting a bit, or had the sensation that you needed to scratch it. To remove the next morning, I just used my toner. Again with slightly larger spots it did hurt to remove the product, but other than that there was no problem. I did notice that smaller spots on my forehead had shrunk.
It looks like a small amount in the bottle, but not that much is needed. Oh just a warning, the bottle is also made of glass, so I personally won’t bring it travelling.
The other product I really wanted to try was their facial spray. They have 3 different scents, but the one showed above is the original. I did find the rose scent was very strong, so I won’t recommend this particular one if you’re not a fan of roses.
I use this spray before my base makeup and after each layer of powder products, I use it to melt all the products together. I don’t go too crazy with it, as I don’t want to waste it. It’s not something I feel that you need to have, but I do like it and would like to try the others in the future.
I have used the face mask a couple of times and I quite like it. It’s quite thick, so you don’t need too much of it. You would get a decent amount of uses from the tub.
It absorbs all my oils (I’m an oily gal!) and also reduces some of the redness around my spots. I find it difficult to reviews face masks, unless I’ve used around half the tube. Is anyone else like this? I guess the more masks I use the more I’ll figure out the good from the bad.
The other 2 products are the enzyme cleansing gel and the sliver powder which I have yet to try. I’m waiting until I have my current face wash used up, as I don’t want to irritate my skin, by using loads of new products at once. I haven’t used the sliver powder, as I’m not quite sure when is the best time. When I figure that out, I’ll update my Instagram, go give it a follow so you don’t miss out.
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Slán, Laoise xx