Organic French skincare company Nafha have just launched in the UK, bringing a small range of ten products that focus on quality ingredients and good results. Within the range is a hero face mask, designed to help moisturise and soothe the skin. There’s a whole cocktail of ingredients that go into the mask, including everything from Prickly Pear (also known as Barbary Fig), Argan Oil, Aloe Vera, Macadamia Oil and Honey. Together they offer intense moisturising properties, as well as giving the complexion a much needed boost; the Prickly Pear ingredient also contains high levels of vitamins and amino acids, protecting the skin from dehydration and irritation. The mask contains over 99% of ingredients from a natural origin, with over 30% being organic too.
It’s incredibly easy to use: just apply a thin layer to your face/neck and leave
on for around 5 to 10 minutes. Most of the product will be absorbed into
your skin, but any remainder can be washed off with warm water. I’ve been testing out the mask over the past few weeks and have been really impressed. Not only did my skin feel super soft afterwards, but it also looked like it was glowing and incredibly radiant. My fine lines looked plumped out and less visible, the texture of my skin was incredibly smooth and I just looked really healthy. The
mask has a really creamy texture and smells incredibly fresh, making it an absolute pleasure to use. Nafha’s mask is suitable for even very sensitive skins: the little bit of redness I often get in my complexion seemed less obvious after use, which may be down to the beneficial qualities of the Aloe Vera within the formula. The mask is designed to be used a couple of times a week, which is great for anyone that wants to give their skin a real boost with immidately visible results. So many face masks provide superficial benefits, so it’s great to find a product that is really worth spending a few more pounds on.
At the moment the Nafha range can be found from the Zest Pharmacy in Central London (with plans to increase stockists soon) and a 75ml tube of the mask costs £24.
Written by Kat Clark