Shills Super-Magentic Attraction Peel Off Mask Review
Shills Super-Magnetic Attraction Peel Off Mask will YANK the very hair off your face dude….! OMG the pain, the agonizing pain!
Some folks think that Seikisho Mask White is painful but dude, Shills has it beat.
They even market it as a way to remove fine facial hair! Hey, multitask like no one’s biz, go on with your bad self clearing up pores and fine hairs all in one…!
I don’t recommend it less you LOVE pain.
However, Shills Super-Magentic Attraction Peel Off OWWWWWWW! Wow. I really didn’t know what I was getting into with this one.
This is a strong adhesive mask so if you break a vase and need to put it back together, frak the crazy glue, just grab some of this.
No seriously, I don’t recommend it at all no matter how clogged your pores are.
I generally like Asian style peel off masks like this because they have a way of easing dullness and getting skin glowing. This is marketed as a way to clear pores, blackheads, oil, and yes, fine facial hair. It’s a thick, gooey blue formula that you smooth on your face. It’ll dry down to a peel off style mask within 20-25 minutes of application. After dry down you can peel it off by grabbing the ends of the mask towards the bottom of your face and pulling off. I’m unable to successfully pull it off in one go so I do it a little at a time. This is probably the best way to do it because one pull would feel like removing wax from your entire face…OUCH!
After first use I tossed the bottle. It’s just too damn dangerous. Ha! It did ease dullness and gave me skin a rosy glow and hells yes it removed fine hair and even really pesky blackheads but never again!
Moral of the story?
Don’t buy it.
This is one peeling mask to avoid at all costs! Maybe I’ll keep it around to use on my brows and facial hair? I can do away with hot wax!
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