The packaging is nice and simple and it is easy to dispense the right amount of product and the fact that it comes in a tube is more hygienic. The whole Good Things range is free from parabens, mineral oils and sodium laureth sulphate. This mask claims to help with congestion in the skin and dullness and the whole Manuka Honey range claims clear and hydrate problem skin.
This mask itself smells lovely, like milk and honey and applies nicely onto the skin. Unlike some clay masks this doesn't feel tight on the skin. Once removed my skin feels deeply cleansed. I would say it does look a little less dull. It isn't a miracle worker but it definitely does seem to help improve the skin. For the price I think this is one of the best drugstore masks i've tried. This range seems like it could be a good one so I definitely want to try some more products.
Good Things Manuka Honey Radiance Face Mask retails for £5.99.
Have you tried any products by Good Things?