Sunday, 7 June 2015

New in: Masks from Pai Skincare


I have long been a fan of the masks that Pai included in their gift sets, but I was always stocking up at Christmas because I knew they would be gone all to soon. Thankfully the lovely people at Pai listened to our plea and decided to make these masks a permanent part of the collection, hurrah!


Just like the entire Pai range these masks are perfect for sensitive skin, neither sets hard on the skin and both are a total breeze to remove. The truth is I am smitten with them both, don't make me choose just one! In case you are new to Pai, you get top notch ingredients (organic and certified by the Soil Association), but also very well formulated products that exclude a lot of usual ingredients that can cause issues for sensitive and reactive skins making the brand a firm favourite of mine for over seven years. 

The masks now come in slightly improved packaging too, a very easy squeeze tube which is much better than a jar as you avoid having to dip your fingers in the product. I personally find that both masks perfect for my skin type and work wonderfully well depending on what my skin needs at the time. The Rosehip Bioregenerate Rapid Radiance mask (£30 for 75 mls) has been a firm favourite of mine since I bought my first tube, in fact this is now tube number three and my love hasn't diminished at all. This is my go to mask for extra sensitive, dry days or for when I am preparing my skin for a special occasion and want maximum glow. If you are a fan of Pai's bio-regenerate rosehip oil with it's deep orange colour and unique scent then this mask is one for you. It has a beautifully thick creamy texture and the lovely chocolate smell of pure rosehip, as well as Shea butter and castor oil for extra nourishment. The clay used is gentle and not too harsh, this in contrast to other masks I have tried feels like a hug for temperamental skin, just lovely. The Copaiba Deep cleanse AHA mask* (£30 for 75 mls) is designed to clarify the skin and rid it of imperfections thanks to the use of natural AHA's Alpha hydroxy acids, there is no tingle or irritation with this but skin does look smoother and brighter when you have removed the mask. Perfect for anyone who has congestion but that wants to take a softly softly approach to treating it. 

I actually love to use the rapid radiance mask on my cheeks and the deep cleanse mask on my chin and forehead for an easy pick me up for the skin. Whether blemishes are the problem or whether you are after a boost of moisture and radiance, Pai caters for you whilst also being respectful of sensitivity which seems to be something that more of us suffer from. 

Have you tried the latest offering from Pai? What did you think? 

Ana x 



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  1. The copaiba sounds perfect for my skin.ive been meaning to try a Pai mask for a while, it's such a fantastic brand!! Xx

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    1. I think you will enjoy it, let me know how you like it once you have tried it! :) Xx

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  2. This both sound beautiful. I can't decide which I want to try first!

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  3. Ooooh! esta marca es genial! he probado alguna muestras y una limpiadora y me encantó :)

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    1. Si es fenomenal, todo me encanta! :) Xx

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  4. I have both of these and like you can't choose between them. They are both such fantastic gentle masks. Pai skincare is quickly becoming one of my favourite brands x
    The Beauty Bloss

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    1. Totally agree everything fro Pai is superb quality and I love it! :) Xx

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  5. I think these sound great! Another one for the wishlist! xx

    Ramblings of a Beauty Bird | Beauty Blog

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    1. The copaiba mask is great for combination skin I think you will love it! Xx

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  6. Hi Ana,

    Love the sound of the Rapid Radiance mask - my personal favourite mask at the moment is Burt's Bees' Intense Hydration mask, which restores my dry skin to a soft and redness-free state, but I'm looking to move away from using their products after discovering they don't quite fit my green beauty choices. Will definitely be giving Pai a go once it runs out!

    Besma (Curiously Conscious)

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    1. Pai is Buav approved with no parent company so I would say is a step up ethically from Burts Bees! Let me know what you think when you try it :) Xx

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  7. I haven't tried their masks but I definitely want to see how my skin likes the Copaiba AHA one!

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    1. Both are great, the Copaiba is very nice especially if you have blemishes Xx

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  8. Is the copaiba mask good for clearing up spots, this is a brand I really need to try!
    Eloise x|eloisesvilag.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Yes it helps to balance the skin gently and keep skin clearer! :) Xx

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