One of Liz Earle's such products is the Intensive Nourishing Mask. It can be bought alone, or in a little starter kit, which consists of a little pouch, with the mask and muslin face cloth inside. I personally would pay that little bit more for the starter kit, since it isn't much more expensive than buying the mask as a standalone. Also, the face cloths (which I've blogged about before) are of pretty good quality, so they're worth paying for.
The mask itself comes in a very sensible tube packaging. The tube is quite interestingly-shaped, being flat and rectangular.
The tube has a small tube opening, that allows you to squeeze out just what you need, and no more. I like the tube packaging - it prevents wastage, and is a lot more hygenic than having to dip my fingers into a jar.
The mask itself is a white cream with a thick texture. It's not your wimpy gel or watery-textured mask - this one really feels very rich, intensive, and luxurious. Definitely a mask for a "pamper me" kind of mood!
Sadly, this mask didn't work as well for me as I liked. That's not to say it was bad. While I felt the mask was of good quality, I felt it was just too rich for my young(ish), oily skin. It would probably be better for someone with more mature skin, who might really appreciate the richness of the mask and its nourishing properties. On my young skin, it was just a little too much.
So, the mask and I weren't meant to be. But if you are interested in a rich treatment mask for dull skin, or planning to get it for your mother, aunt, or another loved woman in your life, this would be worth looking into.
(Product was sent for review. Review is my complete and honest opinion. I am not affiliated with/compensated by the company.)