April 20, 2017

Origins Releases Flower Fusion Facial Sheet Masks

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Origins has a new collection of Flower Fusion Facial Sheet Masks that look rather intriguing although I find myself questioning the seven dollar each price tag. Ouch! I’m spoiled with Asian Sheet Masks that are typically cheap as chips so, telling me I have to pay $7 for a single sheet mask has me cringing in horror. But being the sheet mask junkie I am, it won’t stop me from buying at least one or two of these to try out.

I feel sheet masks have evolved in the Western market considerably and we have so many more options available then we did a few year’s ago but I still think we have a ways to go before they become as huge as they are in Asia. It’s refreshing to see brands like Origins getting in on the trend though.

Let’s take a look at the Flower Fusion Facial Sheet Masks.

Origins offers their facial sheet masks in six different formulas all of which are available in a single use envelope. Each mask contains includes assorted floral fusions that act to hydrate, calm, and sooth skin.

Flower Fusion Rose Hydrating Sheet Mask
A rose infused sheet mask that hydrates skin and is rich in Vitamin C to leave skin smooth and bright.

Flower Fusion Violet Nourishing Sheet Mask
A mask rich in Vitamins A and C with a violet infusion that acts to hydrate scent while calming the wearer with a sweet violet scent.

Flower Fusion Jasmine Softening Sheet Mask
A jasmine infused and scented mask that sootes and hydrates skin leaving it silky smooth.

Flower Fusion Lavender Soothing Sheet Mask
A herbal and floral infusion of lavender to calm stressed out skin.

Flower Fusion Raspberry Refreshing Sheet Mask
A bright, fruity fragrancd mask to perk up your mood and your skin with hydrating ingredients rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids.

Flower Fusion Orange Radiance-Boosting Sheet Mask
A mask to restore a healthy glow to skin and boost radiance thanks to orange flower essential oil.

Origins Flower Fusion Facial Sheet Masks are available now at Ulta.com.

Any that interest you?

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  • Agona

    Yeah, I started ordering my sheet masks from stylekorean.com and get them in packs of 10 for $20-30. I use one nearly every day or every other day. Now that I started buying them direct from Korea, US prices seem high to me too. The problem is I like to try new ones so I still buy expensive ones just to see if I like them better.

  • Pandora

    The look really nice!! I’m particularly intrigued by the Raspberry and Violet masks. They are sorta pricey, but I’m a big fan of Origins so I will be adding them to my wishlist. I hope they come to Sephora soon!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      they are indeed but I’m willing to try who knows they might blow our minds ;-D