Price: Usually costs around £1.30 in Superdrug, and comes as two sachets so very good value for money.
Scent: It smells nice and fresh and clean, like a combination of cucumber and aloe vera.
Application: It has a thick lotion-like consistency but is quite sticky. Despite this, it is fairly easy to apply without making too much of a sticky mess. What you do is apply this to wet skin and massage it in which kind of "activates" the heat. It's actually the best heating mask I think I've ever tried, it heats up really well when you're massaging it in. Plus, this is the kind of mask that doesn't dry up like most clay-based masks and so there's plenty of time to apply and massage it all over your face.
Results: Despite it's sticky consistency it was easy to remove and left my skin feeling really properly cleansed but not tight. The next morning my skin still looked lovely and fresh and I definitely think it helped my blemishes.
Repurchase: Overall I really enjoyed this mask. It's so hard to find a decent budget self-heating mask and this one really fits the bill and really made my skin feel great. Will definitely buy again!