What it does: This bio-cellulose sheet mask is designed to hydrate, smooth and leave skin dewy and supple. It’s safe for sensitive skin types.
How to apply: This moisturizing mask was tricky. Most of the ones I’ve tried up to this point are usually double-sided with serum but this one has a protective film on one side of the mask. It took me a few minutes to figure out which side had the protective film. Once I did, it contours to your face so you can leave it on for 20-25 minutes. No rinse needed.
What it felt like: This felt like any other serum-packed sheet mask. It was equal parts soothing and refreshing. I enjoyed every minute of it.
What I did while I masked: Watched a bevy of Dateline re-runs. Because you know how much I love a good murder mystery.
The results: The mask smelled great but once I removed my mask, the product felt more sticky than moisturizing. I ended up wiping off the excess product with a tissue. Once that was taken care of, I was pretty impressed with how smooth and glowy my skin looked. You can scoop up a single sheet mask for just $6 at Ulta so it’s a cheap alternative to those other pricey masks at department stores.
One of these is 6 USD? That’s actually really expensive.
You think so? I’ve paid usually around $9 or $10 for a single sheet mask, so I thought this was somewhat reasonable.
Maybe Japan spoiled me, but yes, I think that’s expensive.