But behold! Sheet masks!
|I'm really in love with the packaging I cant help myself.|
First up: Starfruit! The package says "purifying and helps control oil".
|Ingredient list. I'm please to see the main players from the package tagline and mask name listed as some of the first ingredients too.|
Given my skin has been breakout city lately, this was number one on my list to try out.
Breakouts? Irritation? Skin needs serious soothing. This serum-infused paper facial mask with Star Fruit helps calm skin stressed by flare-ups. Lavender and Niacinamide help balance oil production. Tea Tree soothes breakout-stressed skin. Witch Hazel refreshes and minimizes the appearance of pores. Lift the paper and press serum into skin to prep for moisturizer and prime for make-up. Perfect for combination to oily skin types.
I washed my face with my standard cleanser, then ate some dinner and eagerly ripped open the mask...only to have the serum drip out a little onto my bed. Maybe if this wasn't my first real sheet mask I would've been a bit wiser and known better?
|Slightly blurry instructions.|
I really admit I don't know how to rate this mask because masks are usually meant to be used as a treatment over weeks, in my opinion. But overall as a first impression? I liked it very much. It'd be nice for when I don't feel like messing with a clay mask or for travel, I think.
Here's hoping that when I wake up tomorrow breakout city will be population: zero.
Where to buy: Freeman, $1.99; Wal-mart stores, $1.39 (but the masks I picked up all had an instant 50 cent off coupon, so I got them for even cheaper!!!!)