Facial Mask Reviews
As you know the new Garnier Skin Renew Dark Spot Treatment Mask is available at drugstores now! I purchased two boxes recently at my local Walgreens as, well, I was pretty darn excited facial sheet masks were available so locally. I mean, we are sorely lacking in the sheet mask scene here in the US. We have a few higher end brands that offer them but they aren’t readily available at the drugstore. Within Asia the sheet mask is extremely common with a wide variety of brands that are cheap as chips.
Sadly, here in the US that selection is kinda sparse if not completely non-existent.
Garnier Skin Renew Dark Spot Treatment Masks are a follow up on Garnier’s popular Dark Spot Skincare products. These masks address dark spots, dullness, and uneven skin tone.
Sounds great right?
It’s a funny thing about facial masks I’ve tried SO many but can’t say I’ve tried a variety from Japan. In most cases my facial sheet masks come from either Korea or Taiwan. For all my love of Japanese makeup you’d think that I’d have tried more brands of facial sheet masks from Japan but that’s simply not the case.
Needless to say when I noticed the publicity that Lululun was getting in Japanese magazines I was quite curious about the brand and decided to order some of the masks and try them out.
Take a look!
Secret Snow White Milky Pack is a facial mask I recently picked up from one of my favorite E-bayers. This was a tempting little morsel of a face mask since it contains niacinamide. Since it is a wash off pack you have to question whether that niacinamide is even worth the bother.
But apparently there is a method to Secrey Key’s madness.
Take a look!
I’ve been really enjoying My Scheming 2 in 1 Sheet Masks lately and recently decided to try out the My Scheming Shea Butter Masks I hauled.
I have to admit I actually love these a little more than My Beauty Diary Facial Sheet Masks. Gasp I know, I should be shot for saying that.
Let’s take a look!
I came across the rather cute indivdual Banila Co Tea Party Tea Capsule Mask Packs recently on Sasa and decided to purchase a few. They are awfully priced at $2.90 each! Considering boxed facial sheet masks are $8-$10 for 10 or more masks I find it cringe worthy that a small cream/liquid facial mask are near $3 each!
But they were cute and they had Tea Party in the name and and I’m a skincare junkie!
How could I resist?