The Necta Perfecta By Bee Good
When the postman arrived with a mysterious package for me that I wasn’t expecting and I opened it up to discover the Necta Perfecta Beautifying Mask, a little smile appeared on my face! As unexpected as this new product launch may be to me, I have no misguided expectations that this is going to be a good one! Now starting my post off with such a statement is quite a bold move but if you have ever tried any of Bee Good’s products and have read a little bit about what their ethos is and how the whole Bee Good movement came about, then you would be a Bee….liever as well! For those of you that need a little refresher, click here to read some of my previous posts on Bee Good and their range.
Now back to the Necta Perfecta! With the tag line of beautifying mask, you would initially think that this is just a face mask (well that is what I thought), but in fact it is way more. It’s a multipurpose 4-in-1 face and body enzyme mask for all age and skin types. The mask’s natural fruit enzymes in the form of alpha hydroxyl acids kindly exfoliate any dead skin cells of the skin’s surface giving it a brighter glow, minimising any imperfections. The oils in the mask – Wheat germ, Vitamin E and Camelina – aid the skin’s elasticity and suppleness. I personally like the feeling the oils give as you apply them onto your skin. A little goes a long way and the skin immediately feels smooth. Then finally add in the hero ingredient of British honey and beeswax, the skin gets the locked-in moisture effect that it so craves at this time of year. Products such as these are great for dehydrated skin or complexions.
So what are the four Bee Good uses:
Weekly Scalp Treatment – warm a small amount of the mask between your hands, massage the balm into your scalp and leave on for 5 to 10 minutes before following with your usual hair washing routine.
Facial Complexion Booster – Now this can be done daily, weekly, or as a full on home facial. By applying the balm to clean dry skin for 1 minute, you get a super quick boost; 5 to ten minutes, a mini mask. If you have got the patience, leaving the mask on for longer will give you that full on home facial. I personally think that 1 minute is a bit of a waste of time and a waste of such a great product. If you are going to go down the mask route, give yourself some ‘me’ time and spend at least 10 minutes or more if you can to feel the benefits.
Hands Rescue Remedy – Hands in need of some TLC? Then add the mask to your hands especially along the cuticle area. Leave on for 10 minutes and wash off with some warm water. My recommendation: soak your hands in some warm water for a few minutes to soften the cuticles first then dry your hands and apply the mask. Once washed off, your cuticles would be easier to attend to. Follow up with a good hand cream for intense moisturisation such as Bee Good’s Intense Hand cream.
S.O.S Mask – use the mask to attend to any dry areas of the body such as your elbows or knees. Moisturise the area for 20 minutes with the mask before removing with a soft cloth and warm water.
Mrs J’s Verdict – If you read my blog regularly you will know that I love a good old multipurpose balm. So whilst this looks like a balm inconsistency, I quite like the differentiation of the product and the fact that Bee Good have managed to create a product that is a part of a balm/mask family but can separate itself and stand out from other masks with its multifunction capabilities.
This is one item you can have on your bathroom shelf that will definitely save you money in the long run. I am lazy when it comes to hair masks. I like hanging around in the shower for a few minutes freezing my bits off, so I am also liking the idea of being able to finally use a mask before I enter the shower. Whilst I still have to test that out, what I can vouch for is how great this formula is on my hands. My cuticles have seen better days and my constant cleaning and forgetting to wear any gloves when washing up has left my hands feeling quite dry. The mask has restored them to their normal self. The Necta Perfecta has got my vote!
Necta Perfecta is £39.95 by Bee Good.
Mrs J xx
*PR sample not actual size or packaging