Facial Mask Reviews
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.
Here’s an interesting little dark spot corrector.
BSC Dissolve Spots Crystal Collagen Mask are small little disks that you can place on dark spots, discolorations, and freckles to fade them and lighten these areas.
The fact that they are location specific disks made me highly curious about trying them as you can apply them in the specific areas of where your dark spots or hyper pigmentation is. Rather cool that you can target those areas for lightening eh?
Let’s take a look!
I’m a huge sheet mask freak, I overly use and abuse them. When my skin needs a little break from sheet masks, I’m rushing around and need a quick pick up, or I just want to concentrate on specific dry areas of my face I reach for Kose Clearturn Deep Moist Essence in Cotton.
These incredibly useful little cotton pads are saturated with essence and inject just the right amount of hydration into skin.
God, I hope not.
I’d rather have oily skin!
But here’s My Beauty Diary Pearl Powder Mask to the rescue.
Dr. Jart Pore Medic Pore Clear Mask is one of two new facial masks released from the good Doctor here in the US. My main compliant about these when they originally launched was the price tag. At $6 per mask they are far above and beyond what you’d pay in Korea or Japan for a facial mask as typically masks of this variety come in boxes of 5-10 or more for around $6-$10 per box.
So is it worth six bucks?
Take a peek!