July 25, 2017

Burt’s Bees Introduces Facial Sheet Masks and Eye Masks

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Burt’s Bees Face Sheet Masks and Eye Masks are now available! Yup, it’s true Burt’s Bees joins the millions of other brands trying to get in on the Korean sheet mask trend with a new selecttion of Hydrating Sheet and Eye Masks. It’s a trend that I’m happy to see come to the Western market but so far, I have to admit I haven’t yet found a brand that has done facial sheet masks as well as my beloved Korean and Taiwanese brands.

So, I’m looking forward to seeing how Burt’s Bees does!

Burt’s Bees Hydrating Sheet Mask $2.99
A 99% Natural Face Sheet Masks infused with clary sage to balance PH levels, improve skin’s texture, and hydrate.

Burt’s Bees Purifying Sheet Mask $2.99
A facial sheet mask kiwi extracts and a blend of natural ingredients that actually helps to remove dirt, oil, and makeup while hydrating skin. Yup, it works to cleanse and purify while moisturizing skin. Interesting right?

Burt’s Bees Rejuvenating Eye Masks $2.99
Dry eyes? Try out this eye mask that contains moisturizing oils and extract that will help hydrate and reduce the appearance of dark circles.

Grab these now at target.com.

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  • Carol G

    I agree, Muse. I tried the Ulta masks and they are horrible. The cloth they use is way too thick so it doesn’t stay on my face. Luckily I only bought 2 of them. I did use them but they kept falling off parts of my face. The Garnier ones, believe it or not, had waaaaay too much “serum” in them. That stuff literally dripped all over the front of me. Which at first I was thinking, good there’s lots of serum, these will totally hydrate my skin. Well, when I used those, afterwards I really didn’t feel much at all. With any Korean mask, my face feels phenomenal afterwards: plump, hydrated, glowing. So yeah, Korean masks all the way for me from now on. (However, since these are only $2.99, I will try at least one, just out of sheer, morbid curiosity!)

    • Isabella Muse

      I find a majority of US facial masks tend to go to thick with their mask fiber 🙁 haha! I didn’t mind so much but the smell was what disturbed me, it had a lot of fragrance 🙁 Likewise, I’m always hopeful some US brand will finally get it right!

  • Leah N Eissenstat

    I found these to be terrible. I used the hydrating mask and the eye mask. The hydrating mask sheet was very watery, so it didn’t stick to the face at all, and was very drippy. That said, the serum inside would make a great essence! I also found it didn’t fit my face that great. The eye masks stuck on just fine but they were crazy oily! As a plus, they didn’t burn my eyes, but my vision got blurry when some got in my eyes when I was trying to pat the excess in.

    Overall, super disappointed. $3 for a mask is expensive when you can find so many korean brands in packs that add up to little more than a dollar per mask and they work great!