REVIEW: Janjira Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask

REVIEW: Janjira Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask


5 out of 5
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Value for money


4.3 out of 5


  • Pros:

    Immediately hydrating
    Lifts and plumps skin
    Lightweight on skin
    Brightens skin
    Easy to apply

  • Cons:

    Didn’t reduce appearance of pores

  • Conclusion:

    This mask works wonders for parched skin in need of some hydrating. Results are practically instant and last a long time. What makes it even better is that Janjira is a cruelty free brand.

Janjira Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask

Janjira Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask

Price: £20.00

They say

A luxurious creamy face mask packed with nutrients, antioxidants and anti-ageing agents. It soothes dry and thirsty skin by delivering instant hydration. Pomegranate extract and Acai oil provide a firming and plumping action while Mushroom extract helps to reduce appearance of pores. Together these ingredients leave skin moisturised, supple and revitalised. Regular use will help reduce appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and give skin a healthy youthful glow.

We say

After trialling the Instant Brightening Bubble Mask, also from the Janjira range, I was curious to try more and because the weather in winter dries my skin out a lot, I was especially excited to try the Janjira Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask. The mask is said to “sooth dry and thirsty skin by delivering instant hydration. Pomegranate extract and Acai oil provide a firming and plumping action while Mushroom extract helps to reduce appearance of pores.”

Directions say to apply generously to a cleansed face, neck and décolleté, allowing to penetrate for 10-15 mins before removing any excess product.

The mask itself has a lovely thick/rich consistency which glides effortlessly on the skin. I applied a generous amount as directed and was instantly impressed because it felt so hydrating and nourishing while still remaining light and non- restricting on my face.

After letting it soak into the skin for 15 minutes I saw that there was little to no product remaining on my face which shows that it was infiltrating the skin and working as opposed to just sitting on top of my skin.
It gave my face and neck an undoubtable boost of hydration but as for reducing the appearance of pores it didn’t really do it for me. Although this didn’t bother me too much as the initial motivation behind trying the mask was for the hydrating benefits.

Another great bonus is that the feeling of moistened skin is long lasting. I applied the mask around midday and after checking my skin at the end of the day, after being outside for a chunk of it, my skin was still smooth and I could see no significant signs of dryness.

For a more intensive treatment the mask can be left on overnight – which I have no doubt would leave the skin feeling just as great, if not better.


The packaging immediately strikes you as very lavish. The tube is a shiny deep red/burgundy with a sleek gold cap. The logo is printed in metallic gold which fits agreeably with the colour scheme.


Immensely hydrating, brightened the skin, and left it feeling plump but did nothing for my pores which it claimed to “reduce the appearance” of. Brightened the skin up and made it appear more awake.

Value for Money

In my opinion, the mask is good value for money as it instantly saves dehydrated skin giving it a boost of life and you get 75ml which is a substantial amount considering a little goes a long way so will get a decent amount of uses.

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Janjira Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask

Pomegranate & Acai Facial Mask, £20.00 Janjira

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Rachel Milling

Irish girl studying Journalism at Bournemouth University, taking each day one lipstick at a time! If I’m not writing, I’m submerging myself in the realm of all things beauty! In the words of Yves Saint Laurent, “The most beautiful makeup of a woman is passion. But cosmetics are easier to buy.” I’m still learning but eager to share my new discoveries! The answer to everything? Chocolate.

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