Kose Clear Turn Facial Sheet Mask Review
Kose makes a variety of Clear Turn Facial Sheet Masks for a very low cost. These are terribly tempting facial sheet masks since they contain 26 masks in a single package and run around $8.
They are actually fairly easy to find at smaller Asian shops and markets as well.
But here’s a tip, avoid them.
With a plethora of Asian sheet masks to choose from I urge you to avoid the Kose Clear Turn Masks. Don’t waste your money.
Typically these have a poor wear as they are either too large or too small with really large eye holes. I also feel like the cotton fiber is super thick which is poor for allowing proper absorption.
On top of the bad fit they are also incredibly dry. Don’t expect them to be saturated in a ton of essence because sadly they are not or at least they aren’t until you reach the bottom of the package. The ones further towards the bottom of the package are a little “wetter” but not nearly as saturated as I personally like my masks to be.
Facts is facts these come in a wide variety of formulas and are a great value housing 26 masks in a single package for as little as $10 bucks.
But sadly, those great perks don’t make up for the overall performance here and these are sadly lacking.
They seem like a great value but do yourself a favor and skip ‘em.
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