It's odd how if I received a package like this about a year ago, I probably would have had a different reception to it.
Right now I am all hyped up and happy to receive these pampering sheets but a year ago I would have even gone ahead and said 'no, it's alright'. I don't mean that in any negative manner if it comes off that way but rather a year ago, I didn't see the joy of masking and probably masked once every two months?
As for the 180 degree change, like I said, I really am enjoying how these sheet masks hydrate my face once a week (I try!) and it just feels like a good process to go through with.
I'll keep this fairly brief, because all I'm doing in this post is introducing the masks. I'll start with the Sexylook Hello Kitty Strawberry Perfect Hydrating Mask.
Why can't all masks out there have a shorter name? No, really.
A pack of this comes with 5 packs of kitty sheet masks to use and I'm not certain of the price (will update when I check) but it is available at Watsons outlets.
Here's the ingredients listing for those interested (click to enlarge).
Very much part of the whole kitty selling point but it comes with really adorable graphics of a distraught Hello Kitty who becomes dazzling and sparkly after using the mask.
While I'm not hoping for that effect, this masks claims to provide hydration for a glowy complexion and more! I'll share more within the masking up feature for this particular mask!
Moving on to the next pack, we have here LoveMore's Electric Ore Peptide Firming Duo Lifting Mask.
See what I mean?
I've seen masks like such a while ago and was always intrigued to try yet still iffy about it because I do hate wetting my hair with essence while masking and with this, there's no running from it.
The mask comes with loops that you secure behind the ears and flaps you tuck under the chin so it's pretty much a full coverage sheet mask.
Here's the ingredient listing (click to enlarge).
While I was a little intrigued to try this out, my mind changed when I ran through the ingredients.
The second ingredient used is Fish Collagen Peptide and while I can't directly claim it is Marine Collagen, it is a collagen source from a marine creature so.... I believe that is a yes?
I can't ingest Marine Collagen (boo, no collagen drinks) else my eczema will act up and while applying it isn't as severe an issue I stil don't want to take that chance. On my face.
So I want to quickly ask: has anyone with eczema tried using this and were there any adverse effects? Or no effects from it?
And this wraps up my quick mask introduction. I was browsing about secretive.sg and chanced across this very fresh sounding one called LoveMore Alps Spring & Phytoncide Moisturizing Mask. Doesn't that just sound refreshing?
The ingredients listing doesn't include marine collagen (yessss~) so I'll probably grab a pack or one to try.
Thanks for reading!