This week we will be discussing our love for face sheet masks and if these beauty products are actually effective or if it’s all in our heads. Personally I am quite partial to the Face Shop for its face masks that come in a variety of extracts like Olive, Mung Bean and Kelp.
Being of the dry skin variety, I only use the ones that have the little drop at the top right hand corner of the package. Or I use the ones that claim extracting and purifying qualities. I’ve never noticed a single difference when using either. I am neither moisturised for long nor do I notice my skin especially purified. However, for at least two hours, my skin feels luxurious and supple because a) I’ve taken time to take care of it and b) the product works in a small capacity for at least a little bit.
Happily, at two dollars a package and sometimes at three dollars for three, you cannot go wrong when you buy a Face Shop mask. I definitely will keep buying because even though I use it rarely, it makes my skin feel like a princess and it’s so easy to use! Just leave it on your face for 15 minutes or more while doing whatever you want, then take it off and pat the excess into your skin. The brand also claims to follow a natural products policy. I am a little suspicious about that because of the fragrance used in the products but at that those prices, I’m not complaining.
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Until next time,