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Friday, November 10, 2017

[Review] Facial Masks Pt 2




I have been using more gel type masks the past month because of the freebies I got from innisfree, and I kept forgetting to keep the packaging. xD But here is finally another mini-review of masks! From left to right:


♡  Dr Morita Intensive Whitening Facial Mask ♡

What it is: Sheet mask for clear and fair skin. 

What it does: Maintain ideal hydration levels of skin and restoring skin balance

Price: I bought them as loose sheets, but the boxes retail at $15.90 at Sasa / Qoo10.

Key ingredients: Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Rice extract, Green Tea Extract

My thoughts: I usually use whitening masks when I spend a lot of time outdoors or when I have long days - the mask really helps in brightening up the skin. I think you would need to use this more often for the whitening effect to be more apparent.


♡  Dr Morita Intensive Hydrating Facial Mask ♡

What it is: Sheet mask to leave skin dewy soft and hydrated with improved elasticity

What it does: Replenishes and keeps the moisture to create hydrated skin.

Key ingredients: Sodium Hyaluronate, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Vitamin B5, Aloe Extract, Seaweed Extract

My thoughts: The top few ingredients do not change much from mask to mask. However, this mask did achieve the hydrating effects very well! There was some stinging while the mask was on, but this was because my skin was really dry (especially around the nose area)!


♡  Innisfree Green Tea Capsule Recipe Pack ♡

What it is: Sleeping mask for hydration using green tea

What it does: Keeps your skin moisturized and clear while sleeping, using organic Jeju green tea 

Price: This was a freebie from innisfree, so there is no price tag to it. It does retail online at S$3.49. Each pack has up to two applications!

Key ingredients: Water, Glycerin, Cyclopentasiloxane, Methypropanediol, Algae Extract, Eclipta Prostrata Leaf Extract, Fig Extract (and the list of extracts goes on...)

My thoughts: The packaging is quite travel-friendly, and you can close the lid to keep the tub in the fridge for the next use. Or share with a friend! This mask was very calming on the skin, and my skin looked hydrated the next day (even after sleeping in air-con).

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