Facial Mask Reviews
I picked up the Moritaya Tofu Face Pack on a whim from Imomoko recently since it promised brighter skin. Lucky enough I’ve been keeping super hydrated so my normal dull skin has been behaving itself.
But hey, anything that promises brighter skin, especially from Asian brands, I’m typically all over like white on rice.
Did this work?
Ahhh Lush Mask of Magnaminty I have such a love/hate relationship with you! Some days you work, others you don’t…sometimes I see the glow you leave behind, other days I feel like you haven’t done anything at all.
What about you?
Do you love Mask of Magnaminty?
My Scheming Sakura Night Jelly is a moisturizing gel sleeping mask that can be used to restore hydration to skin over night. There are such an array of sleep masks available from Korea, Taiwan, Japan, and other Asian countries they tend to all run together for me as sometimes they aren’t all that amazing.
I must admit I did like this one though!
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.
BSC makes a great range of crystal gel masks that I absolutely adore. These are always Buy 1, Get 1 on Sasa too so you can get your savings on when repurchasing.
They kinda suck.
As you know the Dr. Jart collection at Sephora has some brand new skincare products that have launched for Summer/Fall 2012. One of those products is the new Dr. Jart + Firming Sleeping Mask ($48).
I’ve tried MANY Asian sleeping packs in my day and I have to say many are overrated and don’t do very much for my skin.
I’ve never actually tried any from Dr. Jart so I went into this with an open mind knowing how well Dr. Jart’s products have always worked for me.
Let’s take a look!