Facial Mask Reviews
The Boscia Cool Blue Calming Mask ($34) is a peel off facial mask is a calming, cooling, moisturizing mask formulated with anti-inflammatory ingridents to help and sooth redness as well as aloe vera for moisture.
I was curious and decided to give this a whirl but I don’t fit into the exact demographic for the mask, here’s a few thought anyway.
Freeman Blue Agave Hydrating Facial Paper Mask ($1.99) is one several new sheet facial masks launching at drugstores this Fall (check your local drugstore it might just already be available). You know how crazed I am about Asian Sheet Masks so it’s rather delightful that a budget friendly brand like Freeman has their own version of a facial sheet mask available now as let’s face it the US market is sorely lacking in this department.
The Freeman Blue Agave Hydrating Facial Paper Mask contains soothing Blue Agave to soften drier skin as well as hydrating Hyaluronic Acid to retain that moisture.
Let’s take a look!
I’ve already reviewed one of the Lululun Facial Sheet Masks I got from Japan recently. It was a rather awful experience all around. Ugh. These are possibly the worst masks I’ve come across outside of the Kose’s Clear Turn Sheet Masks.
I was HOPEFUL that the LuluLunHigh Moisture Mask would turn out to be a better pick.
Maybe it was?
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!