Garnier Moisture Bomb Mask | Does it Work?

“Invest in your skin. It is going to represent you for a very long time” ~ Linden Tyler



I’m going to Venice next week and wanted to treat myself to a little pamper session. I’ve been keen on improving my skin care routine and this was the perfect time to try out some new products and have a little me time. I want to go on holiday feeling relaxed, refreshed and with glowing skin.

One of the products I purchased yesterday on my usual Superdrug run was the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask along with the L’Oreal Detox Clay Mask.

I used the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask after using the L’Oreal Detox Clay Mask as my face was feeling a little dry and needed some moisture back in to it. I love anything that boosts moisture to my skin as it tends to feel quite dry even though it looks oily.

I used the pink Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask which is for sensitive skin. The mask claims to:

  1. Intensely hydrates
  2. Comforts and soothes
  3. Skin feels softer



I used the Nip+Fab Glycolic Fix night pads to wipe my face after washing off the L’Oreal Detox Clay Mask then placed the tissue mask on. It was a little messy putting it on as it was folded up inside the packaging but I managed.  If it wasn’t for the YouTube video I saw before buying the mask I wouldn’t have known what I was doing.


It felt really cooling and refreshing to my face the moment I put it on. So much so I didn’t want to take it off. The mask stayed on without any issues or slipping off and I could move my face comfortably. There was no irritation what so ever. I liked how it felt on my face but not sure about how it looked though. A little scary don’t you think?


Removing the mask was easy (wish everything in life was that easy). I peeled it off and gently messaged the excess serum left on my face with my hands. My skin felt hydrated, soft and really refreshed. After a while (30 minutes or so) my face felt like it needed a little bit more moisture so I used my daily moisturiser from Nivea Soft. I’m not sure if you should add a moisturiser on top of the serum or not but I felt like I needed to.

Would I use the Garnier Moisture Bomb Tissue Mask again?

Yes, defiantly. I think I’m going to add this to my weekly skin care routine. If only they did this for your body.


I’d give this product a 9/10. The price was good, the product did what it said it would do and it was easy to use. What more could you want? I’d highly recommend trying it if your skin is dry or dehydrated. I’m really impressed with this mask so I might see what their other products from the Moisture Bomb range are like. I’ll definitely be trying their other 2 moisture bomb masks.

If I use this mask and drink at least 1.5 litres of water my skin should be holiday ready, right? We’ll see.

Your turn…

Have you tried the tissue bomb before? What were your results? Would you recommend it? What other product from this range have you used? Would you recommend them?

Share your questions, experiences and tips with everybody in the comments.

Till next time.

Lydia x |

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Hi and welcome to Lydia on Life! I'm the mother of a very handsome baby boy and work in software development in London. I created and use it as an outlet to share my journey through motherhood. I love food, I love travel, I love creativity and I love technology. Most of all I'm learning to enjoy being a mother and sharing that experience with the internet.

4 thoughts on “Garnier Moisture Bomb Mask | Does it Work?

    1. Hey :), I would totally recommend trying it! Does what it says it will be in my opinion. I’m going to try out the other two masks so hope they are just as good if not better.

      I’d be more than happy to check out your blog!

      Thank you for stopping by and commenting Lydia x

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