July 13, 2016

Do Need the Belif Aqua Bomb Sheet Mask

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Belif Aqua Bomb Sheet Mask

I’m the frugal gourmet when it comes to Asian sheet masks but I’m will to dish out $8 bucks for a single Belif Aqua Bomb Sheet Mask. You see, sheet masks are a dime a dozen in Korean, Taiwan, etc…! I tend to buy them in bulk and boxes typically contain 10 to 12 sheet masks for around six to ten dollars. And yes, you get some incredible results using ’em too!

When sheet masks started to garner some interest here in the states I was rather put out by the higher price tags and quantity. Most brands were offering single pack masks for $10 and upwards. That’s insane in my eyes as I’ve been spoiled by good Asian sheet masks for far too long to dish out a tenner on a single mask.


I’ll make an exception for the Belif Aqua Bomb Sheet Mask being the fan girl I am of the moisturizer from the brand. Hell, if the mask is half as moisturizing as True Cream Moisturizing Bomb I’ll be a happy girl!

This gel sheet mask is saturated with the Aqua Bomb formula and it instantly quenches dehydrated skin while providing long-lasting moisture. Apparently it also minimizes pores and improves elasticity. I don’t care about that, just bring me the moisture!

Sephora.com is serving these up in singles that are $8 bucks a pop! I have a feeling it’ll be worth the splurge!


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  • evo

    don’t tell me about this! LOL! i just finished a jar of the Moisturizing Bomb and not sure when the next time i’ll head to the States to get another jar. this brand is not available in canada.
    if i do…hopefully it’s available in stores and it’s not online only

    • Isabella Muse

      oh that sucks! Wonder why Canada Sephora doesn’t sell it!?

      • evo

        i don’t know. there are lots of items that aren’t available in canada. it could be the ingrediants in the products or that companies don’t want to put french on the packaging. or they have special contracts

  • Kelly

    Where do you buy sheet masks in bulk from? Splurging $6 at Sephora once in a while doesn’t get me results! It sounds like this Belif one is definitely worth a try though and it sounds like it would be amazing!

    • Isabella Muse

      alphabeautyuk on ebay, sasa.com, yesstyle.com, and walmart.com now carries beauty diary! ๐Ÿ™‚