I'm trying hard to up my skincare routine. I always go hard in the and then fall off track or get lazy. I've been really interested in using my sheet masks lately. I'm committed to 2-3 times a week. I have a habit of when I recieve a gift of not using the item because it was a gift which is really dumb because the person who gave it to me probably wants me to use it...
I love sheet masks because they are so easy to use. All you need to do is wash your face (don't want to use them on a dirty face), open the package. Slap it on your face for 10-20mins then go about your business and then throw it away. Don't be nasty and re-use them!! This are single use items only. Don't slap your face either.. Unless you need to be slapped..
These are a few that I've hoarded :)
This time around I chose a Jasmine & Fennel Sheet Mask from The Faceshop (I really, really, really, wish there was a Faceshop in Atlanta.. (>_<) Life is so unfair....
What the Package Says:
This mild, all natural mask sheet is formulated with Jasmine and Fennel extracts to revitalize skin and impore suppleness while indulging the senses in tis invigorating aroma.
Aroma thereputic benefits of Jasmine- Clears away exhustion, Lifts tired skin, smooths facial contours.
Aroma therapeutic benefits of Fennel- Invigorates and lits tired skin. Smooths facial contours.
Don't I look pretty :)
After removing the mask I always feel extra fresh and my skin instantly feels moisturized and supple.
Sheet masks can be purchased as "singles" or by the box. Most boxes contain 10 masks. Some limited edition branded boxes may only contain 6 masks. Cost vary between $2USD and up per mask and between $10 & $20USD per box.
Some of my favorite brands of sheets masks and where to find them:
My Beauty Diary - They don't ship to the US via their website but there are tons of places online where you can find them for great prices.
Beauty Supply Stores- I've spied some masks at lot of beauty supply stores here in Atlanta.
*I have been using sheet masks for about 3 years and have yet to have any adverse reactions. Always read the instructions and ingredients prior using. Many of the popular sheet masks come from Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan. Most list ingredients and instructions in English. Some don't. If you are unsure Google the brand/name of the mask and use the translate feature. Google is your friend.