April 24, 2018

Flower Radiance Boosting Sheet Mask Review

I purchased this item and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post.

Flower Beauty Radiance Boosting Sheet Mask ($2.98) is one of three new facial sheet masks the brand introduced to their permanent collection a few short weeks ago.

I find it so interesting that a lot of these newer sheet masks we see popping up from budget beauty brands are actually made in Korea yet they lack the ingredients and formulations we all know and love so much. I have yet to find a facial sheet mask from any US brand that actually worked wonders on my skin and made me sit up and take notice. Most aren’t saturated with enough essence or they have a poor fit or they just don’t produce the visible results I get from some of my favorite Korean brands.

I was excited to see that Drew Barrymore’s Flower Beauty Collection was starting to venture into skincare with the launch of these sheet masks and at $2.98 each I decided to pick one up!

The Flower Radiance Boosting Sheet Mask apparently contains luminous pearl extract to provides an immediate brightening look. There’s some good ingredients here such as water and glycerin that will hydrate skin as well as niacinamide which is known for it’s ability to ease dullness and even out skin tone. Pearl extract is indeed here as well but quite lower on the list of ingredients.

If you’ve never tried a sheet mask before they are simple a single use mask that’s created using a cotton fiber which is saturated in essence. The masks have a cut out for your eyes, nose, and mouth and can be placed over your face for 15-20 minutes. Typically the results are visible immediately but tend to be fleeting in regards to brightening, easing dullness, etc…although, some masks are created for hydration and can produce very lasting moisturizing results that aid skin to retain water which results in a plumped up and well hydrated skin. It really depends what your mask is formulated for.

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Flower Beauty’s mask had a rather poor fit for me since it ran a little smaller and I felt like I had to stretch it towards my ears to get it to completely cover my face. It did adhere well to my skin though and it was saturated quite well with essence. However, I didn’t feel like it produced any long term benefits and only provides very light moisture. Perhaps if I use it often I might find that the niacinamide eased my dullness and perhaps brightened up my overall skin tone but at once use I failed to see any visible results.

I’m a bit meh on it overall and didn’t feel like it offered anything special.

Oh well!

Flower Radiance Boosting Sheet Mask are available at walmart.com.

Tried them?

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I purchased this item and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post.

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Susan

    What are your favorite masks? I have found very few that I feel have any benefit, I do like the ones by Dr Jart.

    • Isabella Muse

      My Scheming, my beauty diary, and my hg are A by Bomb at the moment!

    • kjh

      probably soo ae. did the deep sea water this am. (Thanks to Isabella’s Hautelook cueing…scored tenners for cheap. Yay.). tencel masks actually stay on well enough that you can stand up, etc. Fit:fair to good comparatively, since most are poor. Left over essence, but I sort of squeezed it out. Being oily/dehydrated, there’s always a tad too much. One neg, Bec love the formula and effects: did not play well with TM and concealer stuff, and had to take that off, partially remove the essence and start over. It would have been fine with zero m/u, had sunk in sufficiently that face was just soft, not residue-y, but you never know about how under/overlayers will interact, except by trial and error. For ‘regular’ s/c, I use only water based, with no product thicker than a light essence in the am. Think layers of spray, nothing as heavy as a lotion/cream. Soo Ae’s snail and donkey milk are great, too. I do think they would be better at night for me, maybe after differin. Agree with Muse, steering clear of anything not made in Asia: SK, Taiwan, Japan. Possibly some US sheets fit better, but it’s a poor tradeoff, losing the better ingredients.

  • Adrienne

    I agree and had planned to ask you about that before because I know you an expert at all things Korran Beauty. I see a lot of manufactured in/designed in where the interchange Korea and the US. Which confuses me. I also get concerned when there are no instructions in English. Not sure if that means authentic or just a cheap product exported. I saw on TV how a lot of these knockoff products where damaging the skin of the users.

    • Isabella Muse

      user beware user beware! Korean masks and k-beauty are indeed sold on the black market via ebay, etc…! I’ve seen boxes of fake My Beauty Diary being sold online! So yes, be careful when purchasing and only buying from known e-stores or ebayers that have good reputations. A lot of ebayers also sell expired skincare which sucks! As far as no instructions in English, that’s pretty normal as most Korean or Japanese brands don’t have english instructions. Occasionally some brands do when they are imported for US sale, like Tony Moly, CosRX, etc..but if you are buying direct you likely won’t get English instructions ๐Ÿ˜€

  • bebe

    I’m with you, Muse..I love My Scheming and My Beauty Diary..they are the best. I’ll occasionally try something new, but I always go back to MBD and MS. By the way, do you still buy from eBay seller f2plus1 ?? I bought some Skin Food and Holika Holika products from them not long ago, and was very pleased with my purchase. The prices were pretty decent, as well. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Isabella Muse

      I ALWAYS buy from F2plus1 ;-D they are best! Quick to ship, good deals, fresh product ;-D I tend to go back to my scheming over and over and over again! They are def my favs!